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Why Not Use Research To Offer Your Customers LESS?

Today’s blog post is by Micha Dudley, a Senior Research Associate in our Behaviour Change Unit. Thanks Micha!

Most clients use market research to find areas they can provide more value to their customers. 469 more words

Behavioural Economics

More on Digital Distance and Ferguson

My hometown newspaper ran an awkward story this week about a former high school volleyball player making good in the college ranks. I’d listen to someone’s grandma tell me that story, but for it to be heralded by the local fish-wrap is an indication of something. 732 more words

Digital Culture

REVIEW: Ed Atkins at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Prior to Ed Atkins’ current show at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, I had only encountered his work via, ironically, the limited digital reproductions afforded by Google searches and gallery websites (I say ironically, because as I’ll explain later, Atkins’ work is the antithesis of low-fi). 1,072 more words

Art

Social media is all about digital culture

As a communication consultant, I get a lot of questions about the technical side of social media. But I rarely meet clients who want to learn about digital culture. 224 more words

Julie In English

European Summer School in Games and Play Studies

Next two weeks will be intensive time in Utrecht, the Netherlands, as “Identity and Interdisciplinarity in Games and Play Research”, the joint European Summer School of games and play studies takes place at the Utrecht University. 38 more words

Game Studies

The Digital Mosaic Public: Twitter and Ferguson

Like many digitally-inclined Americans, I spent last night watching the events of Ferguson unfold on Twitter. That journalists can send line by line stories from the scene to the public (and not channeled, edited, or slowed through some middle media apparatus) demonstrates the value of Twitter as a news-medium. 857 more words

Digital Culture