All posts for "iphone" tag

Latest industry insight

Published
11th September 2012
by 
Tim Blass
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Latest industry insight

Grab a cup of tea and take a few minutes to read our thoughts on this month’s news from the industry…

iHobo vs iMutt: Charities in the iPhone era

Published
13th May 2011
by 
Jesus Villanueva
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iHobo vs iMutt: Charities in the iPhone era

Charities, like most organisations in the world, are trying to jump on the iPhone wagon to reach a wider audience and to spread the word about each of the causes they support. Although many charities have created an iPhone app, only a few apps have transcended to a greater audience due to its uniqueness and the way they exploit the capabilities this device offers.

Domino's for iPhone: App review

Published
4th February 2011
by 
Jesus Villanueva
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Domino's for iPhone: App review

Recent news stories show how e-commerce sales keep growing, even in the current stage of recession we are in. e-Bay and Amazon are two of the most popular vendors in this sector, but Domino's Pizza are clearly committed to building a name in the online market too. With a successful online ordering service already live and running, how does their app live up to the expectations?

WorldCard Mobile App Review

Published
28th January 2011
by 
Simon Norris
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WorldCard Mobile App Review

If like me you are a ‘collector’ of business cards and have a constantly growing collection, keeping them all together in an app makes a lot sense. In fact, business cards are still a common method for sharing details, so the hassle of storing and finding them can be removed with this app. Therefore, having the details available in your phone is very useful because this is the most obvious place to keep them!

If you build it will they come?

Published
23rd December 2010
by 
Jesus Villanueva
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If you build it will they come?

When the web was young it was almost enough just to have a website. It didn’t need to be great, good design was very much an option, as was consistency or any thought about how someone might want to use it. Over the years we’ve seen how this viewpoint has changed. In an extremely congested marketplace, with a reasonably low cost of entry, design and user experience matter so much more. Without them a website gets lost among the crowd and should it be found, a visitor has little incentive to remain or return.