We've been investing in strategy and user experience for a while now. First we invested in talented people, then in advancing our process and software, and in early 2020 we opened a UX lab!
We know that emotions influence our purchases, it’s at the core of consumer decision making both online and offline.
It’s nearly a decade since the release of Drupal 7. During this time, we have seen new legislation in web accessibility, privacy (GDPR), the rise of mobile internet, and the proliferation of high-performance devices.
With an increasing interest in social advertising activity from existing and new clients, and new hires providing us with more resources, we have doubled down on our efforts to improve continually.
The UK government is providing daily updates on COVID-19 and its implications for the general public and UK businesses. We understand that it is therefore vitally important to keep your customers up to date with any company news.
This article is a preface to the white paper, Education 4.0. Access the white paper here.
Industry 4.0 is the result of the latest industrial revolution; first there was mechanisation, followed by mass production, computerisation, and now automation. It is the convergence of digital, biological and physical worlds into Cyber-Physical Systems resulting in the rise of automation.
The UK is facing a digital skills gap. This makes it more important than ever to ensure that your digital marketing team continually improves their skills, to keep up your business's productivity. Learning should be a continuous process for your staff. However, with our modern busy lives, it's often hard to find the time to learn these new skills.
2019 announced that ‘SEO is dead’. Zero-click results swarm Google search engine rankings. The BERT algorithm update will make SEO redundant. It seems like SEO will be dead and buried before the end of 2020... but is this really the case?