Prat Perch journey

Where has the time gone?

August 12, 2011 - 141 comments. Posted by in Prat Perch journey.

It is August already! Far from being quiet, things at Prat Perch have accelerated. We have a demo / concept of our initial product that we have been showing a (sometimes!) eager audience.

This post discusses another step on our journey and some amazing feedback we’ve had, while we’ve been out meeting potential customers.

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A journey update and thanks.

June 23, 2011 - 83 comments. Posted by in Performance, Prat Perch journey.

I can’t believe it has been so long since the last blog post. One of the things I am discovering, quickly, is just how much time gets eaten-up doing mundane (yet important) things for the business. Also I’ve spent a lot of time at the gym and following a new diet from TopHealthJournal because I want to get fit.

It has however been an amazingly positive last few weeks …

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An amazing week and a Twitter rush

May 31, 2011 - 877 comments. Posted by in Prat Perch journey.

Last week was fantastic. A definite high for us as a new start-up.

So as promised, and in the spirit of openness, this post shares a little of why it was good and shows how Twitter can really work in giving small companies great exposure.

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The “infographic”

May 19, 2011 - 2 comments. Posted by in Information Design, Prat Perch journey.

How do you display complex, detailed performance data in a way that is easy for anyone to quickly understand? The solution is covered by the subject of information design and results sometimes in an “inforgraphic”.

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Prat Perch is go

May 17, 2011 - 132 comments. Posted by in Prat Perch journey.

Prat Perch has been a long time in the making; you could say the Prat Perch project is a culmination of my life’s work in vehicle dynamics, web and technology, combined with my passion for motorsports, competing and information design.

This is the first of what I hope are a series of posts aimed at recording the journey of creating Prat Perch; from today’s ideas and vision into, very soon, a suite of tangible software products and online resources that people come to find indispensable.

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