I’m writing this blog post about two weeks late but, even after working everyday straight since returning from the holidays, I just haven’t had time to cram it in any sooner. That’s probably a good problem to have so I won’t complain, though. Plus, I’m sure the delightful/terrifying image above that Espen concocted will go a long way towards making up for my tardiness.
So 2015 looks like it’s going to be (I hope) a fun and exciting year for the Primate troop. In addition to kicking off January with three wonderful new client projects, we’ve got some electrifying announcements up our sleeve.
First up, we’re launching a product! Finally. And no, it’s not Kong. That’s dead. Sorry. Instead, having learnt from our mistakes with that bewildering behemoth, we’ve spent the last six months working away on something a lot smaller, a lot more useful, a lot more… agile. And it’s now ready for alpha testing. We’ll be releasing more details soon so you’ll just need to settle for that enticing tidbit of info right now but do expect a full blog post on the topic in the very near future.
Secondly, I’m delighted to announce that we’re going to be running a series of small local events over the course of the year, with the first taking place in March. Each is going to revolve around a particular theme and will see us partner up with some lovely organisations, agencies and freelancers to deliver delightful digital insights that should prove to wield at least a tiny bit of value. One can only hope.
Finally, assuming we don’t become emotional scarred by the public speaking scene following our event shenanigans, we have the rather gloriously crazy intention to host the first ever Primate web conference later on the year. Lanyards and all. It’s a long way off but now that I’ve mentioned it here, I’ll be too embarrassed for it not to become a reality. Likewise, as with our events, we’ll make sure we keep everyone up-to-date on our plans via this blog.
And, of course, it goes without saying that we’ll be continuing to service our amazing clients (existing and new), design and build the best web sites we can, and strive to push forward the boundaries of the ol’Internet. We just wouldn’t settle for anything less.