There’s also this weird thing called Valentine’s Day, the epitome of consumerism, where we are told to buy things as an expression of our love for someone. We don’t believe in buying, or trying to buy affection, but we would like to celebrate some really cool people, so that’s what we’ve done.
The CashCuff contactless payment shirts, independent test by James Bore. It's more convenient than taking a card from a wallet, more convenient than using your phone or prodding at tiny buttons on a smartwatch. The CashCuff brings a bit of fun back to your payment experience. I got questions about how I was paying, since it’s such a discreet little system. And of course, the shirt itself was absolutely gorgeous.
As part of International Women’s daywe felt it was important to shine a light on a few of the women we are, quite frankly, in 'awe' of their achievements. So here's our list, a celebration of the amazing achievements of women in technology.
It's Father's Day in the UK, the past few weeks got us thinking about the 'fatherly' influences on DressCode. The people who we hold in great respect. The people we have celebrated in our work - the back stories, the bits behind the scenes that really make things tick, the human stories behind the innovations.
The past couple of weeks felt like you were in some surreal version of Back to the Future? Maybe it’s just 80’s nostalgia kicking in? Maybe it’s aspirational, hoping that there IS a DeLorean parked around the corner, ready to take you back in time, find Doc Emmett and inspire him to produce a cure or use the flux capacitor to realign future events, stopping this pandemic from ever happening and rebuilding daily life as we knew it?
5 tips that will help you get going in the right direction this week. There’s been a lot of change in the past week for all of us. At times like this we all crave normality - things, processes and activities that are familiar and reassuring