We are fast approaching the end of the year. Predicted 2016 digital marketing trends are beginning to emerge. It looks like 2016 is going to be a big year for technology, and a big year for apps in particular.
CSIRO’s We Feel is a project that aims to verify whether our emotions can be accurately mapped using data from social media. We Feel studies the words people use in their Twitter posts, and maps these words to a wheel of emotions; a colourful hierarchy of joy, love, surprise, sadness, fear and anger.
VisionMobile’s Developer Economics Survey will help you understand what your local developer landscape looks like for 2015. If like us, you’re hard at work, take a quick break and fill out the survey. It’s just been launched.
We’ve all experienced that feeling of disappointment that comes with downloading a new update that feels more like a downgrade. Once upon a time, YouTube didn’t advertise before each video. There was a time when Snapchat didn’t give people the means to incessantly vomit rainbows.
Okta’s Businesses at Work Report provides insight into how people and organisations work today. The report was compiled using findings from a dataset of 2,500 customers and 4,000 apps. It explores employees, partners, contractors and customers, and apps and services used for productivity. Here are some highlights from the report.
Liquid State co-founder Philip Andrews recently took to the stage at AIMIA’s 2015 iteration of The Future of Digital Publishing. There, he spoke about content syndication, segmentation and self-curation.
Liquid State is all about agility and flexibility, so we are constantly working to make creating, managing, and updating app content more streamlined than ever before. Recently, our development team released an improvement to how page and issue thumbnail images are handled in the Liquid State system.
It’s been a while since we posted an update here – but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy! We have so much to share about what’s new with Liquid State. In fact, the past few months at Liquid State have been packed full of exciting developments.
The constant decline in advertising revenue for magazine publishers is a worrying statistic that has not only seen the closure of iconic titles and long standing businesses, but also the departure of friends from the industry.
In the last year alone, the flurry of technological advancement in mobile devices has been truly astounding. Aside from the functionality that these devices now offer to users, these developments have also caused a paradigm shift in the publishing industry.