When it comes to data, value is the name of the game. We headed to the AI Tech North Summit 2022 where Patrick Murray, our Head of Data Analytics and AI shared his thoughts on Implementing Real Data and AI Projects.
Razor Designer Aidan Minton discusses how a design system can assist development
Matt Christie is the Test Lead at Razor, & he's here to reassure us that software testers don’t just break things. Want to know what they do?
I worked a lot with VR, AR and spatial play spaces before joining the team at Razor. It’s pretty exciting and I guess there are a lot of people out there wanting to understand how this kinda tech can enhance how humans and machines interact over the next few decades - so here goes.
What is software testing, you ask? It’s a good question! It sounds like something people have a vague idea of, but the reality is there’s a lot more to it. It’s not just pressing buttons and seeing if something doesn’t work (don’t you know?) While testing does look for errors in products before they reach the customer, it also involves making sure the product matches its own expectations, whether it functions the same way across different devices and platforms, making sure that once the product is in the hands of the user, it works as it’s supposed to, without any gremlins lurking in the code waiting to cause havoc.
Martin Alcock is the Design Lead at Razor, and he’s here to talk to you about how good design can be used to make effective immersive experiences in AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality).
There are lots of things I love about my job, but identifying and solving problems for our clients is probably one of my favourite parts. Together, we discover the hidden mysteries of their businesses and we help them deliver commercial value, which is amazing. We identify ways of improving processes for all their users (including their team and customers) - buzzing!
Aidan Minton - design lead at Razor - explains why there’s more to colour than meets than eye. Especially in the world of technology.