Nearly a year ago, we blogged about a new player in the messaging app game, called Yik Yak. The hyper-local so-called 'gossip' app raised millions in funds and took the US college campuses by storm, and now, has launched on the web.
It’s an exciting time to be working at Battenhall, as our enviable client roster is inviting us to work on ever more ambitious briefs, and digital design is a rapidly expanding part of our portfolio. We’re currently looking for digital designers with 2-3 years experience to join our team.
WhatsApp last week announced that it is rolling out new services aimed at businesses that are communicating with their customers, along with the news that the Facebook-owned messaging app is dropping the $1 annual fee that some customers are charged.
Today, the annual gathering of the global super-elite kicks off in Davos, Switzerland. The annual World Economic Forum, generally referred to simply as as Davos, sees CEOs, pop culture stars and innovators present and network like there's no tomorrow.
This evening UK time, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off in Vegas, and the good folk at PSFK have published a handy guide to the innovations that are expected to be coming out from the event and where and when to tune in.
Twitter experimented with a variety of changes in 2015: from adding “While you were away” recaps to swapping favourite stars to like hearts. These changes received mixed responses from the public as some loved the hearts whereas others thought they were too personal. Likewise, some loved the recaps while others deemed them messy. However, the overall consensus at Battenhall Towers is that we absolutely *heart* Twitter’s newest feature: Twitter Moments.