Namenlose Leute

Nameless people: their ways, things, and their tools
— @gapingvoid

— @gapingvoid

Why everyday tools (online or onground) matter

Tools that make people’s lives easier, more productive and more fun can bring anyone’s promise to life in tangible ways for people.

Whether we are leveraging data to help users exercise more, tracking a pizza delivery, or making driving a social experience, the most loved entities or brands of the future will create real value for their audiences through connection, collaboration, even marketing.

The Art Of Not Suc­king — Hugh MacLeod of Gapingvoid.com

The Art Of Not Suc­king — Hugh MacLeod of Gapingvoid.com

The Engagement Economydeloitte.com
How gamification is reshaping businessesBy Doug Palmer, Steve Lunceford and Aaron J. Patton > Photography by Matt LennertWayne Lin points at the onscreen score­board for his new appli­ca­tion that allows friends to com­pare and dis­cuss…

Gamification of business.

The Engagement Economy
deloitte.com

How gamification is reshaping businesses

By Doug Palmer, Steve Lunceford and Aaron J. Patton > Photography by Matt Lennert

Wayne Lin points at the onscreen score­board for his new appli­ca­tion that allows friends to com­pare and dis­cuss…

Gamification of business.

Agile project development

The current step need be completed enough to move to the next step. Business requirements will probably change anyway as understanding increases, so any further work would have been wasted!

Why Brands Are Becoming Publishers

Brian Solis, mashable.com

Accord­ing to Dean­na Brown, CEO of Fed­er­at­ed Media Pub­lish­ing, “Con­tent, in the right con­text, is ulti­mate­ly king.”

The pub­lish­ing indus­try is under­go­ing a mas­sive dis­rup­tion, in which sto­ry­telling, adver­tis­ing, and…

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