The E-barometer shows how Swedes shop online (and what we think about it)

The report E-barometer 2015 shows that Swedish trade is increasingly getting digital. At the same time e-commerce gives birth to hybrids of online and offline. Still there’s a long way to go until we see a seamless omni channel experience. Today the report E-barometern 2015 (In Swedish, pdf), highlighting Swedish e-commerce in 2015, was released. The report is basedRead moreThe E-barometer shows how Swedes shop online (and what we think about it)

Player sponsorship in benefit of Glasgow City star Hayley Lauder

Portabla Media is proud to sponsor Scottish national and Glasgow City forward Hayley Lauder. Today, we keep our fingers crossed as Hayley’s team is facing Chelsea in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Portabla Media is player sponsor for Hayley Lauder, who’s both playing for top club Glasgow City and the Scotland national team. Glasgow CityRead morePlayer sponsorship in benefit of Glasgow City star Hayley Lauder

Good tool with too small market can get a second chance – a hardware hack saves Zeo

What happens when you find a measurement tool that you really like – and the manufacturer runs out of business? Philipp Kalwies couldn’t let go of sleep tracker Zeo. Now he makes a copy that is released as open source. At the Quantified Self Europe 2015 conference in Amsterdam, German entrepreneur Philipp Kalwies talked aboutRead moreGood tool with too small market can get a second chance – a hardware hack saves Zeo

Tracking for caregiving – help families who care for their loved ones with QS

Many chronically ill and dementia patients are cared for by relatives. A US project is studying how much time and energy it actually takes to care for a sick relative. And the result can be painful for health policy. In The Bay Area Rajiv Mehta runs a project called Atlas of Caregiving. Rajiv has forRead moreTracking for caregiving – help families who care for their loved ones with QS

Beyond just using Fitbit – here’s how to get more out of the activity tracker

So you’ve got yourself an activity tracker, just to try it out. It shows you numbers and stacks, but what can you learn – over time? Ernesto Ramirez has tips and tricks for using Fitbit in any way possible. Ernesto Ramirez is one of the people behind the Quantified Self movement and he is aRead moreBeyond just using Fitbit – here’s how to get more out of the activity tracker

Retail prepares for multi-channel – but when will they step out of their comfort zone?

How should physical retail –  stores – face the fact that customers switch between digital and physical as naturally as they breathe? We are many who are interested in an answer, and Jens Hultman is researching just that. Jens Hultman is Assistant Professor at the The School of Economics and Management at Lund University inRead moreRetail prepares for multi-channel – but when will they step out of their comfort zone?

We should stop trying to make our brand look cool, and start making our participants look cool

Game developer Andie Nordgren suggests that we leave the stage when we who are developing for a user think we’re superior to the user. Andie blushes, and so do I. I’m attending the conference The conference, an annual event in Malmö that has a reputation of being a little bit more cutting edge than your average conference aroundRead moreWe should stop trying to make our brand look cool, and start making our participants look cool

Winning championships, miss opportunities and pave the way for continued criticism

When Sweden’s junior soccer – or football – ladies won the European Championship, they gave the Swedish FA a golden opportunity to promote its business and the future of Swedish football. But instead of celebrating they referred to their own regulatory framework and paved the way for continued criticism for their handling of women’s football. ARead moreWinning championships, miss opportunities and pave the way for continued criticism

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