Here’s our Weekly Recap that rounds up the 5 useful articles or news that you should not miss!
- What the Future Holds for ECommerce [Infographic]
- Branding Lessons from the Modern Marketing Era
- The 5 Biggest Social Media Trends of 2015 [Infographic]
- Try It Now: Google Search For Accelerated Mobile Pages To See Content On Your Phone Faster
- 12 Simple Hacks to “Undo” Those Embarrassing Tech Mistakes
As the ECommerce market picks up at a faster pace, more brands are keeping up with trends that will shape the future of the online shopping industry. ECommerce behemoth Shopify, even found ways to make it possible for one-man shops to successfully build their online store in the digital space. Check out this infographic to get an overview of the ECommerce landscape and guide you with your business goals for 2016.
In the world of graphic design, there are different lessons in branding that can be made from its colourful history. If you’re a graphic designer with a huge rebranding project, whether for a client or your own, it’s great to take some valuable tips and ideas from iconic brands like Apple, Absolut Vodka, Gap, Yahoo and KFC on how they have successfully launched and make their brands stand out.
Want to gain some insights on the social media trends of 2015? Key takeaways from this infographic will show you that 6 out of 10 most downloaded apps worldwide are messaging apps and you will see more videos shared on Facebook News Feed in 5 years.
Google, together with 30 other online publishers, launched Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), a project that aims to distribute content on mobile devices more quickly. This version is similar to Facebook’s Instant Articles and is only available on mobile search and not on desktop search. From your smartphone, you can browse the AMP-enable page and check out the demo of today’s news below. Articles on the carousel will instantaneously load the content. Some of the publishers that already went live with this initiative are Buzzfeed, The Verge, Vox and New York Times.
Ever had that problem where you sent an email by mistake to your boss or lost an unsaved Word document that you’ve worked hard for several days? These and host of other digital blunders is all too common and something that we all have experienced one way or another. This article from Hubspot will show simple hacks on how to undo your technical mistakes that we wished we had known before.