Survey reveals UK adults spend around 50 days a year on their mobiles A new study into people’s screen time and attitudes towards their mobile devices has revealed: 37 per cent of people currently track their smartphone screen time. This rose to almost 60 per cent in 16 to 25 year olds. ... View Article
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A national enterprise that aims to improve the gender balance in the technology sector has appointed Code Computerlove’s Tony Foggett as a non-executive director.
Speeding up and redesigning one of the UK’s most visited student accommodation sites has driven huge increases in both property listings and student enquiries, ensuring it can also now capitalise on the 2019 university in-take period.
Survey unveils huge differences between knowing how to be digitally effective versus how UK businesses are approaching digital development.
A new survey into digital effectiveness has revealed that ‘Product Thinking’ is helping organisations become more digitally effective.
Motor retail group JCT600 has created an online supercar game to help raise money for its chosen charity The Prince’s Trust.
Plus other interesting facts about smart speaker use in the UK THE use of voice activated virtual assistants has rocketed in UK homes this year. The latest figures claim 1 in 10 Brits now own at least one device1 – but just how are Alexa and pals enhancing British consumers’ lives? Are smart speakers actually making... View Article
Woody Allen once famously quoted, “If you’re not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you’re not doing anything very innovative”. And of course, learning by mistakes can deliver valuable lessons – in life and business.
For some, complaining isn’t easy – but Ombudsman Services has created a new industry-leading digital platform to ease the resolution process for disputes between consumers and businesses. It has also launched a new brand identity that reflects the future direction of the business and brand strategy.
At the heart of digital product thinking is the belief that digital experiences should continually develop alongside the evolving expectations of customers, to enable businesses to get ahead and stay ahead.