1 May 2011
Articles: QR Codes: What are they and how do you make one? [mini-nar] - kindly shared and originally posted by Technology in the Arts. Author: Amelia Northrup.
9 April 2011
How To… This guide is for anyone who has heard of the term Open Source, but who is bit confused about what it actually is! You probably use digital technologies in your organisation or individual practice, you know that Open Source is a “good thing”, but you are still unsure exactly is it, how it could benefit you, and what the risks might be.
29 January 2011
How To…A guide to deploying CRM in your organisation: CRM requires an organisation-wide strategy to be effective, so this Guide needs to be considered at Board and senior management policy level, as well as by all staff in customer-facing roles. CRM involves all the “touch-points” when the organisation relates to people, and needs to be understood and applied through all elements of the “customer experience”.
21 January 2011
How To…This guide is designed to provide ideas on harnessing ideas around geolocation for those who project manage or implement digital developments in cultural organisations. It will also provide an important element of the basis for any strategic vision on how mobile technology will be harnessed within the organisation.
27 October 2010
Jon Melville’s presentation for Webinar 6: Now You’re Talking!, 21.10.10. The presentation slides are available here on the GetAmbITion Network.
4 October 2010
The state of play in the apps market and the barriers to its development by David Rowan, Editor of Wired Magazine. On March 22 2010, NESTA hosted ‘What’s App?’, a panel event that brought together app developers, platform owners, mobile carriers, investors and users with the purpose of exploring the evolving landscape of the apps economy.
25 August 2010
Video: AmbITion Scotland Webinar 4: ‘Mobile Operator’. Webcast from Glasgow 29.07.10! Talking about making apps for mobile, Gavin Dutch from Loc8 Solutions delivered an engaging introduction to all those in attendance (35 in-person and 55 online!). Watch the video of the event here!