Let me start this overview of the key insights I learned at the CBC 2019 by depicting my foggy early-morning journey to the 5th annual conference of UCL’s Centre for Behaviour Change, which offered me a surprisingly comprehensive reminder of the event’s importance. Embarking the plane and trying to catch my train connection to the city, I ran past dozens of people treating themselves with a proper English breakfast – coffee and cigarettes.
The development of your mobile app or website has started and everything looks just great. After a few sprints you realise that the project is not going the way you imagined and you have more questions than answers. Where is the mistake and how to avoid it?
Hearing an excited sigh might be a surprising sensation at the department for severely ill at a children’s hospital. Although Toben, an 11-year-old suffering from Sickle Cell Disease (on the picture above), is just about to undergo a very painful everyday procedure, his charming smile indicates that the Virtual Reality (VR) headset he wears has already brought him to places far more pleasurable and captivating than his hospital bed.
We have some big and exciting news to announce! From now on, Pixelfield will be broadening its service portfolio. For a long time now, we’ve aimed to do more than just app development.
Imagine having the most beautiful website you could dream of. Creating a competitive website is not cheap these days, you have certainly paid a fair amount of money, so it is not a surprise that you want that money back. A lot of websites use advertisements to benefit from.
Long gone are the times when buying a flight ticket was not only very expensive, but also time-consuming. You had to go to the airport or the company office. Nowadays is everything much simpler.
Users want to be efficient, so they almost never read the whole page. We have already written an article about banner blindness, which means that people are often skipping everything what looks like a banner. In fact, users are said to read the pages in a way, which creates the letter F.
Mobile apps have become an essential part of our everyday lives. It is so convenient to use them, as they are still ready to serve us in your pockets.
When was the last time you have used a gesture on your mobile phone? It was probably a few seconds ago, but you haven’t even realised it.
Back in 2013, the mobile commerce revenue reached 98 billion US dollars. The next year, in 2014 this number has risen to 184 billion, which is twice as much.