Interesting to see that the latest research in relation to multiscreen experiences (from TIme Inc) tells us that people show a greater emotional attachment and engagement to the content on the TV when they are using a companion experience on a mobile or tablet device. This makes sense, as the companion experience heightens the awareness … Continue reading It is better together
Liking the entwining of the statement into something which always changes ’nuff said basically …
I have to admit, I have not visited Medium for a while to see what new thinking and opinion had been raised there. So, it was refreshing to be interrupted on my Sunday morning by their weekend reads email. Simple, targeted and understanding what is important to me, it hit the spot and lead me … Continue reading Two great pieces on @Medium: must reads
Technology is to some still a little daunting, but too nearly all people it has changed fundamentally how we live everyday. Think about the time before you had a computer in your pocket? Think about the time when you had to arrive on time for appointments? (and you should still do!) Think about how you … Continue reading 50 things we don’t do anymore
Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution | The Verge. A great article outlining how for any business (and this is a very successful one!) having a common design language and using design patterns (which, ironically Y! was the leader on many years ago!) across products is what customers expect and deserve.
Originally posted on energizr:
What’s the point of doing a roadmap? It doesn’t help get rid of uncertainty (although some people behave like it does). There’s no way to be certain about any future outcome. The act of describing desired future states in a roadmap identifies where we want to play and have impact. It…
If you know me well, then you know that I am a fan of this phrase. I am very excited for the new opportunities and new challenges that lie ahead.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
By now, those who spend a lot of time online (or read the news) have probably gotten used to the idea that printed newspapers are declining in relevance: their newsrooms are shrinking, some are closing down or going bankrupt, and others are trying to shore up their falling revenue with paywalls.…
New study from Morrison Foerster provides a view into the social and TV activities in the US today. Nothing new here, but some excellent data points and also just confirmation that social connection and mobile/tablet devices are truly where the customer is now.