An Epic Digital Bungle

The $60 billion dollar question: why were the JobKeeper numbers so wrong? An Epic Digital Bungle. The short answer is, someone didn’t ask enough questions. The UX designers who created the JobKeeper application form asked the right questions; they just didn’t build in the checks and balances to make sure people entered the correct data….More

View from the Hill May 2020

Lenox Hill’s observations from isolation As pandemic restrictions begin to lift and we start to adjust to the new normal, we’ve taken a moment to reflect on the projects that we’ve been delivering on recently. A number of the projects have a common thread, building and supporting online learning platforms to support students of all…More

View from the Hill

Lenox Hill’s observations from isolation Or should that be Zoom From the Hill? And yes, our desks are hiding that we’re still in our pj bottoms. We’ve been working such crazy hours we barely have time to change. Or wrangle the feral children/fur babies you spy encroaching in the background. So what have we learnt…More

The ACCC’s Digital Platform Inquiry and the Implications for your Business

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has made 23 recommendations in its final report of its Digital Platforms Inquiry into Google and Facebook. We’ve put in the hard yards for you and provided a snapshot of the Inquiry’s findings and recommendations and the potential impact to your business. If you do want to read…More

Google Maps Platform Changes

As you may have heard, Google recently announced changes to Google Maps, introducing a new “pay-as-you-go” billing system to be implemented on the 11th June, 2018. These changes are mainly directed at developers using advanced APIs, however this change will affect all businesses currently using Google Maps. To maintain current functionality, you need a registered account and billing method to receive an API key. Without…More