Archive: Mobile Applications

The ‘Best And Worst’ Branding Designs Of 2016

2016 is perhaps the year of rebranding—many established companies chose to go through an identity overhaul this year, opting for a modern and simplified facelift.

However, as with branding, there are definitely hits and misses, and some that are more controversial than others.

A new approach for an old client

Galvanizers Association of Australia (GAA), a client of Bite’s for over 25 years, has begun the move to digital publications with the latest edition of Galvanize magazine now available for download from the Apple App store. GAA, an industry Association which represents galvanizing companies and provides technical consulting services, comprises the leading galvanizing companies throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Egypt’s Protest Network, Mapped With Google Pagerank

Kovas Boguta uses Google’s algorithms to map out the valiant online effort to topple Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.

Someday in the near future, the chart you see below might be looked at as a hero’s roll call — the same way that war heroes are listed at the sites of famous battles. Or, it might simply be useful to social scientists, hoping to understand the role Twitter played in bringing about the end of Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year dictatorship. Either way, it’s an astounding document of a once-in-a-lifetime event. Created by Kovas BogutaThe Egypt Influence Network shows some of the most influential tweeters during the Egyptian uprising. And it’s powered by the same mojo that drives Google.



Surge in smartphone and tablet demand shows businesses must tailor content to mobile devices

Small businesses must start tailoring their online content for tablets and smartphones, especially the iPad, according to new Nielsen figures, which show 24% of internet users are considering buying a tablet within the next 12 months.

The figures, which track the internet usage trends of Australians, also reveal 22% are considering purchasing a handheld multimedia device other than a mobile phone, and 28% are considering buying a smartphone over the next year.

iPhone gains a happiness app

A PhD student at the London School of Economics looks to garner detailed insight into what makes people happy through an iPhone app, ‘Mappiness’. View the video here