Not quite what I was looking for, but if you’ve been searching for something similar, then check this out.
Five-inch mobile devices are on the market that have the same screen resolution as 50-inch TVs.
We have users with unlimited high-speed broadband as well as users who pay money for each megabyte transferred.
Responsive design for images is about optimizing the process of serving images to users. In this article, we will share our responsive image technique, the “padding-bottom” technique, which we researched and implemented on the mobile version of the Swedish news website Aftonbladet.
Answer me, NOW!
Bad news for brands who have a Twitter channel, or for that matter, anyone in business who’s going to be on the receiving end of customer complaint. And let’s face it, it’s almost a certainty we will be, at some point.
72% of customers expect complaints on Twitter to be answered in one hour.
Traditionally, people have been reluctant to follow standard complaints procedures; the overlong, premium priced phonecall to customer support where you’re passed from department to department; the furious letter that takes weeks to receive a response from, by the time which you’ve probably calmed down or the problem’s long passed.
Not anymore, not in these days of transparent social media, where a Twitter storm can erupt within hours of a sole disgruntled tweet (check out this customer service fail from British Airways) and PR meltdowns are a regular consequence.
This article just goes to show that Twitter has become the defacto “complaints department” or “customer feedback” channel, so even if you (or your social media reluctant higher-ups) couldn’t see the point of twitter, with proactive monitoring and use of it, then surely this article is your chance to get on board.
Very interesting article about “Google Now”. (They don’t want all your attention, just the bit they haven’t got yet.)
Yesterday my co-author and I traveled down to Google, a journey that for me has become something of a ritual. We met with … Johanna Wright, VP on the Android team responsible for Google Now. Some of you might respond – “Google what?!” – and that’d be normal.
Google Now is one of those products that to many users doesn’t seem like a product at all. It is instead the experience one has when you use the Google Search application on your Android or iPhone device (it’s consistently a top free app on the iTunes charts).
You probably know it as Google search, but it’s far, far more than that. It’s the tip of a very important spear for Google, and if you study its architecture, all manner of interesting questions and insights can be found about where Google – and the Internet – may be headed.
First there was Dull and Boring. Now Bland, a rural community in New South Wales, has teamed up with the two banal-sounding towns in Scotland and the United States in a three-way effort to attract tourists.\”Dull and Boring basically have a tourism…
AN OPEN LETTER TO AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER TONY ABBOTT
from Ian Smillie
October 29, 2013
Dear Tony Abbott,
The day after you led your Liberal/National Coalition to a landslide victory in September, you announced that AusAID, the Australian government’s aid agency, will be integrated into the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).