Stories are an intrinsic part of society and culture. Civilizations are formed with stories, from cave drawings to books to light shows, everything... see more
I have recently moved interstate and as a result I have been using online channels to keep up with my good friends. This is an overwhelming task when... see more
15th October 2013
Over 73 per cent of Australians own a smartphone but only 16 per cent of charities offer a mobile optimised website. We reviewed the web presence of 30 of Australia’s most prominent charities and found that only a small minority are using either the mobile web or mobile apps to engage with their audiences. We… see more
20th August 2013
Finding the right font size and typography for web – what works best for your headlines and body copy.
26th July 2013
From the humble scroll-wheel to the trackpad to the 3D tracking of your hands. This developer’s initial thoughts on the new Leap Motion controller are excited and positive. The technology and software are off to a promising start. The future is drawing nearer it seems.
9th July 2013
Learn how to build a full digital experience for your customers and manage your assets – your owned, paid and earned media.
14th June 2013
Making mobile web work for you. Download your free ebook: a guide to mobile web and optimising for success.
Some Posts from Reading Room UK
4th February 2014
Digital technology is transforming various aspects of the arts and culture sector. From digital marketing and social engagement, to experiential and interactive technology, to experimental digital art forms – the potential impact is staggering. But arts and culture organisations also face huge economic challenges, and a constant struggle to keep pace with a rapidly changing... see more
3rd January 2014
There has been much debate about wearable tech, about 3D printing, about ultra hi-definition tablets, but the industry changing innovation for 2014 is the same price as a pub dinner for two, and it’s available right now. In 1908 Ford launched the Model T. In comparison to its contemporaries, it was slow, poorly equipped, and... see more
13th December 2013
As a project Manager at Reading Room I’m often asked to carry out tasks that I am assured fall under the category of “any other reasonable duties”, which can range from mixing cocktails to assembling furniture to acting as interpreter on our annual trip to Paris. This week was not exception, and with Christmas on... see more