Last month a number of SciVisum clients and other representatives from some of the UK’s leading brands, joined us for breakfast and networking at the Marriott Hotel, Kensington. Jim Hingston, Senior Digital Manager from Debenhams opened the event with a fascinating talk about elevating the mobile…
On its biggest shopping day of the year Amazon's website struggled to handle peak traffic. Proving that even the biggest players get it wrong sometimes. Errors were encountered on both the desktop site as well as the mobile app and disgruntled shoppers took to Twitter to voice their outrage.
With fashion in pole position, online shopping is becoming increasingly sophisticated and when it comes to web/app performance retailers can’t afford to let their guard down. As more – and more demanding – fashion-focused shoppers turn to web and mobile for browsing/buying, retailers have to ensure…
Black Friday 2017 was a bumper year for those UK online retailers able to accommodate the increased demand. With 2018’s sale event fast approaching, it's time to implement an effective performance testing plan. We take a look at the changing landscape and what you can do to reduce the risk.
Come and join us at our next roundtable discussion, Progressive Web Apps: Maximising mobile experience and minimising the technical risks. Debenhams' Senior Digital Manager Jim Hingston will open the event speaking about his experience of Progressive Web Apps and Mobify.
How a recent glitch in John Lewis’s domain registration process caused the disappearance of it's gift list website leading to adverse publicity and damaging their brand.
Last month, SciVisum clients and representatives from some of the UK’s leading companies, joined us at St Paul's to discuss the risks of re-platforming and wider web performance issues. Deloitte’s Digital Technology Director Hamish McFadyen opened the event sharing his re-platforming experience.
We give you the lowdown on progressive web apps and why they could be right for your business
Application Program Interfaces (APIs) have always been at the core of application development but as mobile usage has become increasingly dominant, development of the IoT and applications connecting more diverse services, so user experience has become more reliant on the performance of multiple APIs.
So 2018 has started with a bang, with the hardware chips powering our smartphones, PCs and web servers being revealed to have been subject to severe vulnerabilities for years. We take a look at the effect both Meltdown and Spectre have on your website’s performance.