We often talk about best practices to consider when approaching mobile from various perspectives including messaging, user experience, customer service, etc. And often, we mention how critical it is to define goals, identify audience and have a method of measuring efforts in place. But what about the actual mobile strategy itself? What might this picture … Continue reading The Elusive Mobile Strategy
Earlier this month a post on Quartz discussed how "almost every major consumer electronics manufacturer is now working on a smart watch". Naturally, this triggered a series of thoughts and questions for me about the fast-n-furious trend of wearable technology embedding itself into the mainstream, creeping quietly and unassumingly into our lives. How will these … Continue reading Will wearable technology wow or wear us out?
Now that we are all immersed in mobile—oh wait..are we?A recent Neilsen's report highlights how global mobile phone ownership 'has reached critical mass'. While appearing to state the obvious where the logical growth of the mobile experience is concerned, the report highlights equally intriguing results including profiles on smartphone ownership, types of mobile-based activities (texting, … Continue reading What’s not obvious about being obviously mobile
Two in a week! Must be gunning to write a book. Or something. Ironically, this post is inspired by a previous one on sense and sensibility. While I've been sincerely humbled by kudos on concerted efforts to practice what I preach, I keep hearing this dull, lingering voice in the back of my head: "give it … Continue reading Archiving the “Big T.O.e”