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iBrummie, a mobile app we developed last year has received a fresh mention on the Mail Online - the world's best read news site. Apparently an automated phone system at Birmingham City Council fails to understand the Brummie accents of callers! We developed our iBrummie app to help people understand the Brummie dialect; it allows users to play phr...

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Android has been stealing a fair portion of the mobile limelight recently, and in light of Android's recent 4th Birthday, it has provided a landmark opportunity for industry expects to reflect how rapidly it has grown (especially over the past 18 months or so). Android in numbers A report from IDC Tracker shows how Android's growth has jumped from...

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Following the appointment of Jason Kerner to Head of Mobile, we are pleased to announce that our next #fabfacts seminar will be on mobile. Our next seminar We'll be sending out a full invitation in a few days, so keep an eye on your inbox. In the meantime, you may want to mark December 4th as "busy" in your diary. The seminar sessions will be led...

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Today we are pleased to announce that Jason has been promoted to Head of Mobile. Jason has already been heavily involved with our growth in the mobile sector, so the move was a natural one within the business. You can read our press release in full on SourceWire. If you'd like to leave him a message of congratulations, please feel free to tweet o...

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Being one of Manchester's leading mobile app developers, needless to say we love our apps. Not just the ones we've created such as our Augmented Reality showcase or the hugely popular iWiganese, but all the ones we use on a daily basis that, let's face it, we'd struggle to live without. So with that in mind, a few of the team thought we'd share our...

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Last week the Future of Web Apps (FOWA) conference took place in London, and I went along in order for us to incorporate the latest ideas and developments into our own work going forward. Luckily for me, FOWA was conveniently merged with the Future of Mobile conference, so it was the ideal place to find out what was happening with all the new devel...

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Last Friday, I went to London for UXPeople, a one day practical conference for sharing user experience ideas. The event was held at King's Place, a conference venue, music hall and exhibition space overlooking Battlebridge Basin in King's Cross. The presentations were themed around case studies from leading UX agencies, starting with a look at the...

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Social media has become engrained in our everyday lives. It's addictive, it's useful, and it can be very important for businesses. As a bit of Friday fun, we look at the type of things people say when they take social media use to a whole new level: the social media snob if you will. I accept myself that I've said one of the points below (I'll tel...

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The debate over privacy on the Internet has been re-ignited by European commissioner Neelie Kroes. Following the adoption of the so-called EU Cookie Law in the UK, Ms Kroes has accused members of the Internet standards body, the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) of watering down a standard designed to protect consumers' privacy on the web. W3C have b...

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There are many services from website builders to press release distribution wires that let you tick a box for search engine optimisation (SEO) services. We're here to tell you that SEO isn't just an afterthought. It should play a part of your online marketing strategy from the offset, regardless of what your budget is. The beautiful part of SEO is...

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