- 19 July 2016, 15:00 in Apps

Beware the Social Media 'Filter Bubble'

A few Fridays ago, I was rudely jolted awake by the news that the nation had voted Brexit. This came as a profound shock to me personally, and seemingly also to the vast majority of those in the media and advertising community and the clients we work with.

Whilst polls had consistently shown it was too close to call, the overwhelming sentiment in the last few days and hours seemed to...

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- 13 December 2016, 10:00 in Data

GDPR – the New EU General Data Protection Regulation – Get Ready or Pay the Price

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is definitely coming into law in May 2018 and...

- 20 February 2017, 08:00 in News

Two-Thirds Hate Brands That Use Slang

Nearly two-thirds (64%) of British consumers either dislike or hate the way brands use slang...



- 13 June 2016, 15:00 in Apps

Five Apps to Make Glastonbury Even Better!

I have been lucky enough to go to Glastonbury Festival for the last three years and managed to get a ticket again for this year. Previous preparation...

- 11 May 2016, 10:00 in Apps

Custom Apps: Are They Right for Your Organisation?

The nature of the mobile workforce has changed how organisations share information, communicate and collaborate. Out of necessity as well as...

- 21 April 2016, 12:00 in Apps

App Lessons From the Rise of Mobile Gambling

It’s no secret that mobile gambling is immensely popular, with the industry estimated to have taken £21.54 billion last year, making up...

- 16 March 2016, 12:00 in Apps

Omni-channel or Omni-shambles? How to Keep Customers ‘Appy

Consumer attitudes to shopping are constantly evolving and it’s predicted that by 2024, nearly half (42%) of all retail sales will be done via...

- 2 February 2016, 10:00 in Apps

Apps are Great, but Text has its Place

Mobile has completely transformed the way we communicate in recent years, and there isn't a single industry that hasn't felt its effect in some way....

- 8 January 2016, 17:00 in Apps

Sporting Mouth App Challenges Brands to take Unique Approach to Euro 2016

"It's patently absurd that you can copyright the words ‘World Cup’, which we used in our app, but that's what FIFA has been able to do,” John Owrid, chair of Sporting Mouth


- 2 December 2015, 13:00 in Apps

BYOA - Too Much of a Good Thing?

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has irrevocably changed the workplace. Inviting employees to use their own hardware has given them a chance to use a...

- 26 November 2015, 12:00 in Apps

5 Things to Consider When Taking your App Global

These are amazing times to be a startup. Internationalisation used to require a huge financial investment. Any mistakes made were very costly and...

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