Eric and Martin, our two directors, met at Warwick University whilst studying Computer Science. They went on to work together for a few years in London at a leading software development consultancy, Quidnunc, before starting their own company. They had a mission to provide the high levels of professional service, technical ability and experience normally associated with much larger, industry-leading software development companies, but for more reasonable prices. As you may imagine, success and growth soon followed!
Today Bright Interactive has 15 years’ experience developing highly usable and robust custom applications and websites for a wide range of clients all over the world. In addition to custom development, Bright Interactive is the company behind Asset Bank, Digital Asset Management software used by over 500 organisations including 17 FTSE 100 companies. We have a highly experienced, competent team, which consistently receives excellent reviews for customer service for our Asset Bank product on the independent review site Trustpilot.
The principles of customer service, quality and value still drive the business.
How does an organisation develop a culture of performance? How does it ensure that its teams are all high performing? Martin discusses these questions in an article for CMSWire.Continue reading... Dec. 15, 2016
Occasionally, as is the case with The National Archives, we get to work with clients across both sides of our business. In addition to custom web software development, Bright Interactive is also the company behind Asset Bank, industry leading Digital A...Continue reading... Dec. 16, 2015
Each of the speakers present demonstrated a real love for type, each brought their own case studies and demonstrations of effective uses of type on the web or in print. Here are just some samples of the useful and interesting things I picked up on from...Continue reading... Nov. 16, 2015
Last year, Mark Otto from Github wrote a popular blog post on how they go about architecting their CSS. Inspired by this spirit of knowledge sharing, other designers and engineers have since followed suit, including Mark Aparicio at Groupon, Brian Lovi...Continue reading... Nov. 5, 2015