Brands discovering WhatsApp

Brands discovering WhatsApp :

“One of the most appealing things about WhatsApp is its success rate,” said Mendes, who cited a study that found 98 percent of WhatsApp messages are opened and read. “Second, it’s cheap. Cheaper than any customer service or advertising on any traditional media, with the bonus of the automatic opt-in, since the customers gave you their telephone numbers.”

 

Mobile 2.0: watch the camera.

Benedics Evans writes a great piece about Mobile 2.0 after 10 years of iPhone. 

Conversely, the most interesting new apps have interfaces that embrace more and more of what’s different about a smartphone, and especially a high-end smartphone. So they use swiping as primary navigation, not just for scrolling a list, and touch for things a mouse could never do; they use GPUs for transparency and effects that would have been beyond a 2007 PC, never mind a phone; and they use the image sensors, often combined with touch, as a primary input, on equal terms with the keyboard. Combining all of these, you often get an experience that would make no sense at all to try to build on the desktop – not so much mobile first as mobile only. 

That it.

 

This and that

This and  that.

My daughter’s iPhone can’t deliver a strep test to her, yet. But it can deliver an eye exam and a hearing test. So I am confident strep will come to a phone someday. And in the process our phones are becoming our electronic medical records. But we own them. That’s a big deal.

And of course other things.

My daughter’s iPhone can’t deliver a strep test to her, yet. But it can deliver an eye exam and a hearing test. So I am confident strep will come to a phone someday. And in the process our phones are becoming our electronic medical records. But we own them. That’s a big deal.

Patient Centric Healthcare – AVC
My daughter’s iPhone can’t deliver a strep test to her, yet. But it can deliver an eye exam and a hearing test. So I am confident strep will come to a phone someday. And in the process our phones are becoming our electronic medical records. But we own them. That’s a big deal.

 

Testje 22 

Dit en dat en dit.

In de agenda van iOS en macOS kun je reistijden bij afspraken tonen. Zo zie je precies wanneer je moet vertrekken. Moet je bijvoorbeeld 30 minuten rijden naar een afspraak, dan kan de agenda in iOS daar rekening mee houden. De tijd wordt dan geblokkeerd in de 

Dus en zo en zo.

 

Build an Innovation Engine in 90 Days

https://hbr.org/2014/12/build-an-innovation-engine-in-90-days

Practically every company innovates. But few do so in an orderly, reliable way. In far too many organizations, the big breakthroughs happen despite the company. Successful innovations typically follow invisible development paths and require acts of individual heroism or a heavy dose of serendipity.

Dat is t.

 

Biggest stuf going around.

This is great! Lets try to make this work like ot Should word, just great!!!

Practically every company innovates. But few do so in an orderly, reliable way. In far too many organizations, the big breakthroughs happen despite the company. Successful innovations typically follow invisible development paths and require acts of individual heroism or a heavy dose of serendipity. Successive efforts to jump-start innovation through, say, hack-a-thons, cash prizes for inventive concepts, and on-again, off-again task forces frequently prove fruitless.