Posted by Rachel Symons

Summers are synonymous with BBQs. All we need is a bit of sunshine (even of the lukewarm, English variety) and suddenly the streets are filled with the smell of back garden cooking, the sounds of popping bottles and the sight of groups of friends and family. However, for some young people, the closest they’ll get […]


Bat & ball? How about a keyboard & mouse?

Posted by Robert Esom

As a nation and as a society, we are gradually, and I mean GRADUALLY, eliminating stigmas. These are mostly involving incredibly important things like gender, race and sexuality – but far be it from me to talk about anything as important as that. So, for my first contribution to the Chameleon blog I will discuss […]


Turn off that surveillance camera!

Posted by Ilona Mosejeva

I guess my online caution came from my days in journalism. Back then – before the peak internet era we live in – people were less aware of viruses and hackers, but the lessons I learnt in journalism prepared me for the way the world is today. Or maybe it just came from my obsession […]


Training Tuesday, a Pause for thought…

Posted by Katie Evans

Here at Chameleon, we believe that in order to think big and inspire we need to keep learning about exciting things that are taking place both inside and outside of the industry. This is the purpose of our monthly Training Tuesday sessions enable us to do just this. Recently, Jules Hillier, Chief Executive at Pause, […]


Will they build the Death Star next?

Posted by Alizia Walker

Image sourced from official Star Wars website “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….” That’s the way the iconic Star Wars series started off many years ago. Fast forward to today, one part of that famous franchise is about to come to life — the Death Star. The Death Star, for those […]


Not even ‘au revoir’

Posted by Helen Holland

On Wednesday last week I signed some very important papers, papers that have seen me sell Chameleon to the immense Tom Berry, our CEO, and the voracious Tom Buttle, our managing director. This is an exciting management buy out for me because the two Toms make the perfect union to take Chameleon onto the next […]


When the rain stops and the sun comes out you realise what a lovely place the world can be

Posted by Rachel Symons

Hello, it’s me again – the one who wrote about winter blues a while back. Well, I can now safely say that I survived Winter. Barely. To be honest, it was touch and go. I spent lots of time sleeping (when I wasn’t working) and, to be honest, I didn’t do much else (except gain […]


Is there life out there?

Posted by Sara Chandran

When NASA announced it had discovered a new solar system made of up seven planets, with 3 of them potentially habitable for life – I almost screamed. Our quest to discover if there’s life on other planets could be answered in the next decade. It’s all super exciting, right? Right? RIGHT? Personally, it’s fascinating. I […]


Analysts, clouds and tech giants: Chameleon’s trip to Silicon Valley

Posted by Tom Hunt

I’ve been lucky enough to travel fairly extensively during my time at Chameleon: Romania for my client Bitdefender, Las Vegas for Code42, San Francisco for GitHub last year, and now I’ve just come back from the city of Saint Francis. This time, myself and the rest of Chameleon’s Google AR team were aiding the running […]


Stranger Things have happened – the return of the Nokia 3310

Posted by Tom Ingoldby

What was your first mobile phone? Motorola DynaTAC? The StarTac? Perhaps it was the old tin can and string handset? For people of my age (27), it was most likely the Nokia 3310. Simply put, it’s a legend of the mobile phone world. It’s myth is etched in handset folklore. No app even comes close […]