Holly Nicholls: Technology won’t change democracy, but it’s a good start

opzioni binarie piattaforme Bristolian Holly Nicholls works for digital engagement specialists Delib, where she acts as the bridge between tech and the business. She previously worked in e-learning. She used her 300 seconds to explain how technology can transform our democracy. Technology, says Holly, is changing the way that we live, in so many areas of our lives. […]

Bonny Colville-Hyde: The UX of comics

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Jake Hobbs: Audience Engagement in Competitive Digital Environments – A creative SME perspective

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Rachel Arkle: Appi-ness – can technology make me happy?

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Ringo Moss: Behavioural economics

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Bethany Crowe: Digital placemaking – the relationship between streets, cities, communities

http://247loan.ca/loan-agreement-ontario-canada loan agreement ontario canada Bethany manages, coordinates and edits social media content for Sustrans, connecting with over 70,000 supporters, volunteers and donors online. Her 300 Seconds,subtitled ‘what happens when you paint the street and talk about it online’, talk was on digital placemaking, and the relationship between people, streets, cities and communities (on and offline). Painting sections of road changes the […]

Russ Spollin: Introduction to Sustainable Event Management

binäre optionen eur/usd Russ Spollin knows a thing or two about running sustainable events,. He specialises in festivals and community events, and is currently implementing a sustainable event system for Bristol Festival Community Group, RedFest and BeanFest. Russ also curates Pig Pen Radio, a social enterprise radio station. Russ used his 300 Seconds to hone his presentation skills […]

300 Seconds returns to Manchester for Ada Lovelace Day

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Digital Women Teacamp

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