In the last few months, and more so, in the last few weeks, the web is filling up with bad reviews on the Google Glass. So, does the wearable device that started it all is ready dead?
Lately the MAKERS Movement has been talked about in many places and occasions. Being a Maker means to have a set of diverse capabilities, in both the digital and the physical worlds. But Makers existed for many years, so why is this term, The MAKERS Movement, only now comes to life and what makes today’s Maker different from the “old” Maker?
According to Steve Blank, and as we all now by know, Startups are not mini-version of big companies, and Big Companies are not the large-version of Startups.
While they both emphasize getting out of the building and taking to customers, they’re not the same. In his latest post, Steve explains why and what is the Customer Discovery Processes
Comcast taught us about customer service, our Smart Homes just got smarter and KickStarter and IndieGoGo continue to bring up new and innovative products.
Hello again. A new week is just about to start, and this is a great time to take a quick look at what we had this week.
In collaboration with the Gamification Gosu, Yu-Kai Chou, we’ve created this simple to use, practical and very helpful online tool for Gamification analysis and creation. Continue reading Collaborating with Yu-Kai Chou to Create Gamification Tool
When creating a promotional or brand video clip for marketing, presentation or sales purpose, it is important to be focused. As in everything, planning is the key.
Fact: 25% of smartphone owners ages 18-44 say they can’t recall the last time their smartphone wasn’t next to them
In a post, from November 7th, 2013, the SmashingHub rolls out 5 reasons why Parallax is bad for your site. SmashingHub argues that this design style will slowly fade out during 2014.
You might have come across these kind of websites lately. They look great and convey an experience tailored to the product they represent.
When you have a sale, how do you present it to your customers?
How do you show it to your customer: (%) By percentage? ($) Or, by numbers?
Use the tip presented in here Wisely! How you present your numbers affects the why they are perceived.