Quarterly update – a splash of colour for the office
We’re back with another update! This time we’re coming at you with a half-year update to give you an idea of what the first six months of 2021 has had in store for us.
15 good reasons to redesign your website
Worried your site might need a refresh? Here are 15 signs you might need a new website – and what to do about them.
Integration of BBC Shakespeare Archive for ERA
We are proud to have worked with our client Educational Recording Agency (ERA) on their new partnership with the BBC, providing access to their Shakespeare Archive.
How to create a successful membership website
Here are the top things to think about if you’re looking to deepen visitor engagement through a membership website.
How to build elearning websites that succeed
Creating an elearning website lets your business tap into an online learning market that has hit the stratosphere.
How to prepare for Google’s Core Web Vitals update
What are Google’s Core Web Vitals, what’s changing, and how can you make sure your website is ready?
Can you help our image selection algorithm to get better?
We’re building a very cool tool that recommends images for a piece of text. Can you spare 5 mins to help with our experiment?
BrightMinded turns 10!
It gives me great pleasure to announce BrightMinded turns 10 years old this week!
It’s been an incredible, fun, challenging, and fantastic journey.
Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) – an introduction
Our AI team presents a popular unsupervised machine learning technique that aims at extracting relevant topics from large sets of documents, Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA).
Quarterly update – Rehab help and AI
New year, new projects! As 2021 has made its start, we’re still as busy as ever and we thought it time to share another Quarterly Update to show you what we’ve been up to. We are very fortunate that the beginning of the year has got off to a flying start here at BrightMinded, especially in the current climate. Hopefully, this year will only keep improving from here on out, and maybe we’ll even start to see some sense of normality return (touch wood we haven’t just jinxed it!).
Quarterly update – Autumn has arrived
Over the last several weeks, we’ve started to see a shift in the world around us: the leaves have started falling, going outside in just a t-shirt is no longer the best of ideas, schools have started again. It can only mean one thing: Autumn is here! For us, that means it’s time for another Quarterly Update blog to update you on what we’ve been up to since July, when we released our last one.
What are the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)?
Suppose you are involved in the production, maintenance or development of websites. In that case, you may have heard of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), but may be unsure of how they affect your website. Accessibility should be considered an essential requirement and the WCAG compliance can help you meet these obligations. But first, it’s important to understand what web accessibility means.