When it comes to mobile applications, the app stores of Google and Apple are, for most, the first port of call for critical review and helping to determine whether something is worthy of downloading. Added to that, mobile App Store SEO relies heavily on positive review scores to rank applications higher in the results, bring […]
Health is one of those things that if you lose it, it’s difficult to get back. With more and more of us spending increasing amounts of time in from of the screen, to the detriment of our health, I decided to explore some of the applications out there that can actually improve our health for the better.
Canvas is a fun application centred around one thing – image curation. Whilst we’ve seen plenty of websites and blogs focusing on this before (see Droplar or FFFound) – or ( EmberApp) but sometimes the curation process just needs a little extra sparkle.
Last year the UK government released numerous datasets to the public, an example being the Ordnance Survey’s OS OpenData. However, to date the public has not had access to this data in a useful and accessible manner. FIND’s Personalise Your Map website is an exciting development that allows the members of the public to make use of UK government data for their own needs.
TrendSpottr is a real time search and curation tool, which attempts to bring together the buzz and activity across a number of channels in one place, via custom software which algorithmically determines relevance, categorisation and usefulness for particular searches.
There are loads of times when you may need to share a large piece of text content online via a link, but don’t want to have to setup a blog or publishing platform to do it. Whether you are a coder needing to share your stacktrace or a tortured artist needing some poetic release on Twitter, Pen.io steps into the breach with a does-what-it-says-on-the-tin approach to web publishing.
Bucket testing or A/B testing is the process of segmenting a certain audience type on your website, and working out what performs best. It’s not just some buzzword that is thrown around in marketing circles, it should be front and centre in everyone’s mind when it comes to improving your website.
We all know newspaper’s are slowly dying. Circulation is dropping, display and classified ad revenue is drying up and paywalls are largely thought to be a waste of time, according to thought leaders on the topic at Harvard University. Thankfully however, there is a plethora of alternative social news apps which aggregate the content being shared […]
Forums can be a great way to encourage audience participation, and to change a website from a one dimensional entity into a full fledged community. Here are a couple out there on the web today to help you create that goal, each with their own benefits.