Kenya is a fascinating country, where culture and commerce are thriving amidst rapid social change.
Mobile has changed the way designers and developers look at web design. Can I verify this? Sure can: As this post from eConsultancy summarising the TNS research commissioned by Google shows, the UK has the highest percentage of people who make a monthly purchase on their smartphones, with 32% of those surveyed as comparedContinue reading “Digital Design: Trends”
In a lengthier piece a while back I explained what Agile marketing was and provided numeous links to resources and examples. The infographic below explains agile marketing, neatly.
2013 was the year content marketing became common currency. Realising that: high quality content is king – the customer is also king (or should be) user experience matters there are numerous channels content builds engagement, but there needs to be a growing focus on enabling conversion . . . has been a liberating experience forContinue reading “Content Marketing: What to look out for in 2014”
I wrote a piece about ‘Agile Marketing’ a while back. It included links to all sorts of useful resources. But if I was to explain Agile Marketing in a nutshell then this video from Waterstones would fit the bill – it’s a spoof of Amazon’s delivery by drone vision … smart guerilla marketing which hasContinue reading “Agile Marketing”
Econsultancy and Adobe’s Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, ‘From Content Management to Customer Experience Management’, looks at how web content management has been extended to offer multi-channel experiences, what the challenges have been, what could be done better and how. With opinions and facts garnered by surveying more than 1000 companies, this is an authoritative andContinue reading “The mobile train has left the station”
Mobile technology is spurring entrepreneurial led economic growth in East Africa. There are lessons here for the developed world too, low-cost accessible technology can be put into service for the majority of people. Technology doesn’t have to be a competitive status symbol, or just a leisure accessory. This development was first covered by my journalistContinue reading “Technology in East Africa”