Back from the brink…

After a long break, due to closing down my previous venture and starting a new career in research & development consultancy, I’ve resurrected this blog.

At one stage, I considered knocking it on the head entirely, but on dusting down the old site, I realised just how much potentially useful content there was lurking here.


Whilst software development (particularly of the rapid, prototyping-led variety) remains a passion, I will now be looking at things from a more hands-off perspective. I’m still interested in trying any new prototyping tools, methodologies or whatever; there’s a lot out there and it would be great to bring this site up-to-date. I’ll also try to broaden its scope a bit, and that’s where I need your help.

If you’re interested in software development and would like to contribute anything: an idea, an article or even join me as a regular contributor, then please get in touch. A blog is only useful if it is kept up-to-date with good content that people want to read. So, folks, please keep me on-track with what YOU want to read. And I’ll do my best to serve it up :)

Best wishes, and nice to (re-)make your acquaintance,


About John Clark

My name is John Clark and I previously ran a software house called Reynard Thomson, from which this blog originally grew. In the meantime, we launched a video-based user testing service (Kupima) which didn't really take off, and I have since moved into a new field specialising on software-based research & development consultancy. I'm active on LinkedIn, and would love to connect to anyone who has an interest in software prototyping or R&D:
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One Response to Back from the brink…

  1. Willis says:

    Wow! At last I got a webpage from where I can truly take useful information concerning my study and knowledge.

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