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  • Baby playing a musical instrument

    Continued funding into bereavement care and loss prevention is paramount for the thousands of people who unfortunately lose a child or pregnancy every year in the UK. Raising awareness about this devastating and sensitive subject is vital in helping parents overcome these experiences.

    Baby Loss Awareness Week is upon us and so we thought we’d share some of the interesting work that our clients are doing in light of this. The week gives bereaved parents, their families and friends the chance to unite with each other and others across the world to commemorate their babies’ lives.

     

  • World Arthritis Day

    12 October 2017

    On World Arthritis Day, hear what our Head of Client Partnerships, Caroline, has to say about some of the fantastic work that one of our clients, the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) do.

     

  • International Day of the Girl Child

    11 October 2017

    I had to re-post this video. It gave me chills from start to finish.

     

    Today, 11th October, is International Day of the Girl Child. This day creates a space and time to recognise the struggle of being a girl, but also to celebrate the potential of girls across the globe. Let’s give them a chance, and push the agenda of development goals for the continued empowerment of girls and women.

     

    Check out the video for some serious girl power.

     

    1. Share the film and tell us what #FreedomForGirls means to you

    2. Take action at http://www.globalgoals.org/dayofthegirl

  • Fat Beehive have an casual clothes office policy. But today, we took it one step further. In support of the fantastic Jeans for Genes campaign, we did Double Denim!

    Fat Beehive staff dressing in Jeans for Genes against a graffiti backdrop

  • A recent survey conducted by global performance monitoring and testing solutions provider, Apica and research agency 3Gem, has revealed, or rather, reminded us on the importance of high performing websites.

    semi closed laptop with purple screen reflection

     

  • Raising awareness for important causes is what we’re about. And because we love great campaigns as well as all things digital, we thought it was worth sharing the latest offering from the Movember Foundation…

    Two men with moustaches

  • Interactive statistics from the ONS

    29 August 2017

    The National Office of Statistics (visual.ons.gov.uk) have produced a lot of interactive graphs/games with embed codes to help the public understand the data they collect…

    Compare your opinions with factual data by checking out some of their quizzes!

     

  • Upcoming code sprint

    8 August 2017

    We’ll be participating in another open source code sprint this September – one of the ways we encourage giving back to the community and learning from each other.

    The event is hosted by Manifesto with collaboration from WP_Hooked, Drupal London, and Joomla, and ourselves. Fat Beehive will be providing refreshments and pizza.

    No experience necessary – there will be a morning session to help new contributors. Non-developers are also welcome to help with testing and reviewing!

    If you are interesting in getting involved or participating, please drop us a line to hello@fatbeehive with the subject title ‘Upcoming Code Sprint’, and we’ll send you more information including how to register.

    photo of a laptop with a coffee and notepad next to it

  • It’s been mental health awareness week this week. The theme has been surviving or thriving and we’ve spent some time as an office reflecting on what this means for us and our mental health  in the workplace. Here, our CEO Rachel offers up her thoughts.

    Rachel Chance CEO Fat Beehive

  • Last week, I interviewed a young guy for a position at Fat Beehive and inevitably asked him what he’s looking for and what has attracted him to us. “I need my work to have a social impact. It’s really important to me – perhaps it’s a Millennial thing,” he said with a smile.

     

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