2016 is definitely the “ Year that was”. Brexit: Trump – an election that changed the nature of elections: Putin: Several amazing global talents died last year. WOW – what an amazing world we live in – full of surprises and never a dull moment! 2017 is definitely the year that we as a people begin to “ Reap what we sow”. Who knows what adventure lies ahead?Rather than expecting the worst, we as a team have decided we are going to Aspire to the higher ideals of humanity and believe in the essential goodness of all people. What’s the
Brand strategy is all about the story While Quazar offers a wide variety of services and expertise across a broad range of industries – at our core, what we’re best at is selling the story of our clients to THEIR clients and investors, and even their staff. It’s this key idea we keep in mind no matter what the detail of the project entails. When one of our longstanding clients – a mortgage institution in Ghana – approached us with the idea to become a full service bank, we jumped at the chance to be involved. We had previously created their brand
It’s been a long time coming but our new site is finally ready. 2015 has been a busy – sometimes crazy – year, and our priority has always been our clients. It’s been difficult to find the head space and time to sit down and think of our own needs. The cobbler’s children have no shoes, and all that. But here we are at last! As well as giving us a fresh new look for the new year, it’s been great to look back at some of the work we’ve done recently – a timely reminder of the great work we
“With enough time and money, you can do anything”. So when we’re asked – can you do X? The answer is always pretty much YES. Barring restrictions imposed by the laws of physics (which we’ve been known to try and bend) – yes, yes we can. The best part of working in tech is that first moment when you’re asked for something new, your eyes glaze over for a sec as you ponder possibilities. This can be disconcerting to others in the room as they worry you’ve had some sort of episode. Actually, the wheels are frantically turning and you’re
Coming from a working background unrelated to technology, there are some things I’ve learned – about users and developers – that I didn’t realise I knew until I started writing this. When developing a solution – nobody is as interested in the inner workings of it as you are. I’m sorry, it’s just a fact. Users assume it works – otherwise you wouldn’t give it to them to use, right? But they don’t care how it works. Despite the old saying – “garbage in, garbage out”, sometimes it *is* the system’s fault and not the user. Yup, I said it.