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Mary Meeker's 2018 Internet Trends Report

Written by Jason Anderson

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If you don’t know who Mary Meeker is then rapidly read on for a summary of probably the most-awaited annual internet trend report. 

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Birmingham’s iconic Bullring, indulgent Grand Central and innovative Link Street come together under Hammerson’s The Bullring Estate which dazzled at this year’s Revo conference in Liverpool.

We developed a fully immersive experience in HoloLens (more info below) which showcased key features and highlighted ease of connectivity as well as it’s world-class brands.

Big developments deserve big impact. We printed the largest brochure on the day complete with 40l dry bag sparking the tweet from Property Week ‘Print is very much alive’ and we agree.


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As competition increases and brand loyalty decreases, it’s becoming ever-more difficult to make your brand stand out from the crowd. Find out how destination marketing can help...

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How Apple will make AR useful

Written by Jason Anderson

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Apple's new hardware and software seem to be key in pushing Augmented Reality away from a fringe gimmick into a mass-audience real-world platform with multiple uses. Get a brief taste of what the augmented future could be like...

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Myth-busting

Written by Jason Anderson

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Think Facebook is only for parents to spy on their kids? or that LinkedIn is only for recruiters? Here are some startling facts to show you that HNWIs use social media just as much as the rest of us... 

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Users don't scroll. If it were 1996...

Every designer and coder has heard these comments a thousand times. It was all about “the fold”, a term invented by newspaper printers to describe the physical half-way fold of the newspaper on the newsagent rack – the sensible idea being to put your headline and top story “above the fold” to make sure people see it on the rack. Made sense...

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