Found on the net #1: AOL on Tech, Social Commerce, Maslow’s revamped hierarchy of needs, CityMapper and bacon!
I’ve been thinking about a series of blog posts for a while of random things found of the back of the Internet; videos, tweets, interesting business models and new innovations that are worth a mention. Without further ado, here are this week’s favs. 1) AOL on Tech YouTube channel It was announced last year that […]
Security software company Symantec recently published a couple of interesting infographics and whitepapers highlighting an increase in online vulnerabilities particularly in social Media and Mobile. According to Symantec, an alarming 53% of scanned websites in 2012 contained a vulnerability, which happened to me last year. I was a Norton anti-virus user for many before I […]
When I started my MRes last October, my goal was to carry out and publish research in ‘Social Media’. One year on, and I am now in the middle of drafting my research proposal; the past 12 months have been exactly what I expected them to be: blood (due to paper cuts!), sweat (I have […]
Things have been quiet on my blog lately as I been extremely busy with my studies, and have had no spare time on my hands to blog. I have started working on my proposal which is very exciting. I should be able to share more info about my research topic in the coming weeks. Designers […]
Project objective: brand identity development, website build with direct return on investment and Twitter training SW Fitness, a personal trainer based in South West London needed a professional-looking website to promote personal training services in a competitive and saturated industry. First, a clear, yet simple and effective visual identity was developed with the help of […]