We’re extremely proud to have had 2 of our projects take out wins in their categories at this year’s Web Excellence Awards.
Why are more and more brands and startups moving towards a blended team model with a tech delivery partner? Find out in this blog.
This time on the Arch blog we're taking a look at the process of scope refinement and why it forms an essential part of the discovery process.
In the latest from the Arch blog, we're checking out the new lineup of products announced by Apple in their September 21 keynote.
In this blog, we're finding out a little bit more about what makes streaming services such a successful industry, and answering the question... Is there room for more?
We're checking out some of the ways that charities, startups and public health providers can use technology to increase their engagement with mental health rehabilitation programmes.
In this blog we take a look at some of the best advancements in technology for businesses in the tourism industry to take advantage of in 2021.
A question every developer has been asked at some point, but a valid one, "what actually is discovery?". In this blog, we look at the importance of setting discovery at the forefront of a project.
In this blog, we check out some of the most common sources of investment for startups and established businesses alike, to help give you an understanding of the opportunities they can provide.
This month we participated in the National Literacy Trust's flagship literacy and employability programme, Words for Work: DreamBig, which gives young people from disadvantaged communities the literacy and communication skills they need to reach their potential.
Didn’t get to catch the first 2 days of Google I/O? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We’ve summed up the biggest announcements of the event so far.
In this blog, we take a look at some of the best flutter apps out there and find out just why they're regarded so highly by their users.
We're checking out where education technology (ed-tech) is at present, and how it will impact both young and adult learners as we move into a post-pandemic world.
In this blog we take a look at some of the best examples of the PWA's on the market and find out about the elevated experiences they're bringing to their users.
Apple’s late 2020 pledge to better support small business and startups gaining momentum on the App Store are now being put to the test with Google announcing a similar course of action this week. But how do the two programmes compare for owners?
In this blog, we take a look at Google's latest Flutter 2 release, and how it will impact the use case for the framework in a web environment.
We've been named a top software developer for 2021 by independent B2B service ranking agency Clutch for the third year in a row.
To celebrate our recent partnership with The North East BIC's Innovation program, we've teamed up with Innovation Adviser, Debbie Simpson, to bring you this exciting look back at some of the most influential consumer technology in modern times.
We've had an exciting few weeks at Arch, welcoming two new members to the team, John Abbott and Lewis Rickman.
On September 15th Apple hosted their annual hardware release event, touting exciting updates to its iPad and Apple Watch product lines, but have they done enough to cure a reputation of lackluster innovation?
Progressive Web Apps. What are they, when did they become big business, and are they able to help my business? Find out the answers to all of those questions and many more here.
Earlier this month, our long time client Recite Me Accessibility toolbar received some exciting updates, including new language options for text to speech and much more.
How do you create an engaging treasure hunt-style activity for children with sensory impairments? We have the answer.
Equality, Washing your hands, app clips, accessibility improvements and widgets... lots and lots of widgets.
In May's Guest Blog, social app DB8's founder, Hardeep Singh-Dhanjar discusses his journey in conceptualising his startup and bringing the idea to fruition.
The Arch team have been hard at work putting together a comprehensive guide to give some insight into how you can prepare yourself for approaching a software agency when starting out with your new start-up.
Hive HR's Ben Lind speaks with Matt O'Connor about his methods for remote working best practices and his method for getting the most out of your workday.
Our in house blog this month comes from Arch Designer, Andy Syson provides us with a crash course in UX and User-Centric design and explores why it's so integral to implement from the outset of a project, whether it's for a mobile app or a website.
Spoiler alert, they are, but not in the way you think. In February's guest blog, John Connor (no connection to SkyNet) takes us through a condensed future of employment, and the impact AI will have on it.
We're excited to announce we've been named as a 2020 Clutch Leader for the UK! After a 2019 of fresh hires and incredible project delivery, we can't think of a better way to start the New Year.
Arch Lead Developer, Rob Crozier gives us an insightful guide into the benefits of developing in Google's Hybrid Langauge, Flutter, and how we use it to ensure our projects are crisp and intuitive while lessening costs and development times.
In this month's guest blog, we hear from Dean Frank Reynolds, who explores Accessible Design practices and the important role they play in allowing the some 13.9 million disabled Britons the ability to access essential services via the web.
As part of Arch focus on mental health and awareness, on World Mental Health Day, drawing focus to this critical topic, we wanted to share a valued partners experience of burn-out.
Over the past 10 years, we have seen the rise of some of the biggest social platforms that satisfy our basic human need for connection; but it’s widely documented that for many of us, it’s gone too far.
We’ve been growing since inception, and have taken double the amount of space in Baltimore House at our HQ in Gateshead.
In the relatively short life of modern-day virtual reality, 21.05.19 will go down in VR history. Today sees the global launch of the Oculus Quest, the new completely standalone virtual reality headset from Facebook/Oculus.