Category Archives: Web
A nice presentation created by Matt Dickman, and posted on his slideshare page.
One of the big things about the web as a platform imho is that it places ‘people’ not ‘corporates’ at the centre. With people come opinions, ideas, thoughts and conversations. And lets face it: People work and move faster than bloated, process based corporates. But there are issues. Whilst the work from venerable web firms […]
David Jackson, the MD of Clicktools has posted about a conference on customer experience organised by the Henley Centre for Customer Management. Quoting David directly; Henley’s research into the perfect customer experience identified the top three attributes that drive satisfaction for both B2B and B2C. For B2C the three are: How helpful the organisation (ie […]
Nicholas Carr states that; Technorati has identified 133 million blogs since it started indexing them in 2002. But at least 94 percent of them have gone dormant, the company reports in its most recent “state of the blogosphere” study. Only 7.4 million blogs had any postings in the last 120 days, and only 1.5 million […]
10 reasons why online advertising will dip in the UK recession: There is a very small (but growing) percentage of conscientious people who don’t want to waste the advertiser’s money on a bad PPC click-through. And so, as times get tougher, and because everything is tracked, some statistical trends will show a downward shift. There […]
Craig Stout a creative director at Interbrand NY, together with his colleague Scott Milano, have authored an interesting byline that has appeared in Interbrand’s http://www.brandchannel.com online newsletter this morning. In it, they outline why some of the world’s most successful websites are so ugly and adored: Google, eBay, Craigstlist and Wikipedia, I am sure you […]
Information Architects have presented their Web Trends Map (2008 beta). This time they have taken almost 300 of the most influential and successful websites and pinned them down to the greater Tokyo-area train map. By the way, I posted about previous versions before, here. Ok so what is it? In simple terms its 300 of […]