Some apps can work for the visually impaired too

The case was to investigate apps and tools that aid those with disabilities to use technology. The context of the case is that of the visually and hearing impaired. Why ? Because without the two senses, technological adoption is impossible. Enter the eNitiate hawks  - The image above should pique the interest of anyone who…

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@CityofJoburgZA hits 100K Twitter followers

Johannesburg experienced one of the busiest periods on Twitter this past week, as shown by the many trending hashtags related to the city, including: #CEOSleepOutZA #COJEDI #joburggonegreen #innercityroadmap #HackJoziChallenge #loadshedding #FathersDay #VisitJoburg #ExploreJoburg #SmartCity #innovment #AccentureIC2015 #SAITEX #Powerrestoredjhb #YouthDay #VulindlelaeJozi #IaM76 #June16  The city engaged actively in the conversations above through its @CityofJoburgZA Twitter handle. As an example, in the first 19 hours of today until 19H00 (on…

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These 7 photos show honey brand marketers are not leveraging a basic user experience

Question Why are honey brand marketers missing the basic user experience - that of turning the container upside down when product is past a halfway mark? Ok, this loaded question sounds very much like a sweeping statement already. I shall use my observations from a#HoneyVisualProject to support my statement shortly, and leave you to make up your own…

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Ad-blocking

When you log onto your regular social platforms or visit certain sites, the first thing you notice seconds later are either ad banners or those annoying pop up ads enticing you to be part of the traffic to their site. Before the world started practicing the art of online- advertising, brands spent a lot of…

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Is Times Media flogging a dying media horse?

While going through The Business Times section of today's Sunday Times (a South African Sunday newspaper), I came across this print ad: The ad got me thinking, I have read broadly on this subject of media trends for over 6 years now.   A bit of context South Africa is going through a bout of…

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