Our Weekly Round Up is a fantastic opportunity to share our exhibition partners’ latest news and insights. This week, UKFast’s Lawrence Jones discusses Prince Harry’s thoughts on smartphones and their psychological impact on young people, Made by Pi ask ‘What is CUI?’, XSellco interviews Creoly’s managing director, Adam Bowen about whether investors are required when building a successful store, Worldpay have launched an online marketplace that allows users to find the perfect payment integration and Pricesearcher explain the limitations of .co.uk websites.
‘Hold the phone’ – Lawrence Jones discusses Prince Harry’s thoughts on smartphones, young people and the psychological impact of the constant influx of likes, notifications and messages. Read more, here.
What is a Conversational User Interface (CUI)? Made by Pi discusses how you can interact, engage and immerse yourself in an array of digital products and services using CUI. Find out more, here.
XSellco interviews Creoly’s managing director, Adam Bowen. Creoly is an online store that specialises in high end stationary and premium pens. They explore whether investors are required when building a successful store. To find out more, click here.
According to Worldpay, finding the perfect payments integration just got easier.’Worldpay Works With’ is an online marketplace, showcasing all the partner integrations they have to offer. This includes details of over 60 partner integrations, plugins and add-ons, including SAP Hybris, Amadaeus, Zuora and Magento. To find out more, click here.
There are some key factors to consider when looking to branch out to international markets when using a .co.uk website. Pricesearcher have put together an article explaining the limitations that are involved with using .co.uk websites, obtaining Top Level Domains such as .fr and .nz and their effects on SEO. To find out more, click here.