So here it is folks, Mega or Cyber Monday where online retailers hope that not everyone spent everything on Black Friday and are rushing to their laptops, phones and tablets to get all those gifts for Christmas. But is it a self-fulfilling prophecy or something real?
I recently placed an order with online retailer, ShopTo. Not only do they offer games and consoles at competitive prices (which makes me want to return to them), they also add the "human" touch when sending notifications when your order is out for delivery (which makes me remember them).
I recently attended the Umbraco UK Festival 2013 in London and went to a talk by Matt Brailsford.
Matt talked about bridging front end/back end divide in the digital workplace, and I wanted to explore his thoughts and really consider how much back end a front end developer should really know!
Here in Bristol we have a wealth of lunch venues and one of the newest is Bagel Boy. After a couple of lunches we would like to share our experience and let you lucky people know what it's like to eat out in our fair city!
Despite all the hints, statements and actions from Google over the past few years, there are still many retailers that visibly place a great emphasis on keyword use in their websites and SEO practices. From keyword stuffing and awkwardly-written copy to turgid page titles and unnatural link anchors, it seems a large section of the market can’t seem to get the message.
Personalisation is one of those buzz words in digital marketing, usually requested by clients without a true understanding of what they mean. It started with email marketing professionals who realised that sending out the same message to everyone didn’t really work as we all added their messages to our spam box.
Over 140 people attended the inaugural Brand You Awards from Bristol Media earlier this month, and our Senior Front End Developer, Karl Tynan, was nominated for "Digital including Mobile and Web Design".
2013 has seen Gibe Digital recognised multiple times for our work and we can now announce a further 2 within the Retail Week Enterprise Awards!
There are so many different screen sizes for mobiles, tablets, laptops and desktops that it can difficult to keep track and really deliver a tailored experience to as many devices as possible.
There is a simple website that tells you everything you need to know... and more!