#ecomchat is a weekly Twitter chat on eCommerce. Each week 2 or 3 points are set up for discussion. This week it was:
- What are the big trends in how people use mobile devices to interact with brands?
- What are the in-store opportunities for multi-channel brands like John Lewis? And for smaller brands?
- What technology needs to be in place to manage this?
One of the posts that grabbed my attention was a brief conversation about in store oppurtunities for mobile interaction. Off the back of it I ended up being pointed in the direction of Podifi. I love the fact it plugs into existing hardware and (depending on cost) could be a great marketing tool for businesses looking to interact with their customers via mobile technology.
This year's posts
- - Prepare for GDPR - Understand your data
- - GDPR for small businesses
- - Time spent trying to be productive
- - Static Site Generators and JAMStack.
- - Bring forth the sourdough!
- - I'm back!
- - A first for the second city, Birmingham Beer week begins today!
- - New Old Tech
- - Keep on keeping on
- - Crazy 8s - How they can help any designer
- - Personas, you don’t need them… but they help!
- - Screen Printing Fun
- - The countdown begins
- - In search of perfection
- - Going back to basics with Jekyll
- - The last ride of the year
- - The Matt Kendall Foundation
- - Apprenticeships in the Design Industry
- - It's time to stop being a busy fool
- - The Business of Web Design 2014 #tboWD
- - My favourite band I never saw...
- - My first Parkrun
- - I am sorry Internet Explorer.. this cannot go on!
- - Know when to hold them... know when to fold them.
- - And that is why you don't want to spend too much time swimming and snorkelling!
- - Summer Solstice 2013 - A #microadventure
- - Getting Started with Responsive Design
- - It is OK to hoard... you never know when you might need something!
- - 10 ways to back up your design work
- - 10 ways the role of 'web designer' is changing
- - Time waits for no one
- - Websites are not for designers and developers, they are for users
- - Can you really design purely in a browser?
- - How do you support your ongoing clients with website updates/support? Do you use a retainer or charge hourly?
- - There is something about the darkside...
- - #ecomchat - Enhancing Ecommerce with Mobile
- - The problem with Getting things done...
- - Taking the blinkers off