Matthew Gonnering is the CEO of Widen, a digital asset management (DAM) and product information management (PIM) solutions company. We recently caught up to find out more about the future of martech in Widen’s category and Gonnering’s experience working for the business, including his self-branding of ‘chief eudaimonia officer’. How does a DAM solution fit […]
What is a digital experience platform and why do you need one?
Limitations in CMS technology, coupled with the rising expectations of consumers, has resulted in the need for more complex and innovative software solutions.
This now comes in the form of the DXP, or digital experience platform.
A marketer’s guide to progressive web apps (PWAs)
A progressive web app, or PWA, is a website with the look and feel of, and much of the same functionality as, an installed application on a desktop PC, tablet or smartphone.
Time is short, resources are limited and the demands on brands to keep the conversation going are almost limitless. A new report by Econsultancy in partnership with Bynder, Time to Create – Adopt Creative Automation to Plug the Content Gap, explores agile content strategy.
To cater for rising public interest in Covid-19, Johns Hopkins Medicine quickly developed a search and content strategy early in 2020, changing the way it worked with experts across the organisation to make the most of its content architecture.
Danny Bluestone, CEO of UX-driven digital transformation agency Cyber-Duck, highlights some key considerations for web designers and content producers after the UK government updated its content design guidance for open formats. On the 7th December 2020, the UK government updated its content design guidance for open formats. The update has underlined its commitment to open […]
What is content orchestration? And how can it help agency business models?
Michael Wells is Founder and Managing Director of Third Light, which provides digital asset management (DAM) software and services.