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The tech trends to watch in 2015

  • 15th January 201515/01/2015
2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year for digital, with many major announcements and releases from 2014 beginning to hit the market. Our Klyp leads got together to chart the major ones you should look out for...

6 ways to kickstart your online community

  • 27th November 201427/11/2014
Launching a brand is hard work. Between all-nighters, cash flow management, logistics and actually developing a kickass product or service, it’s little wonder marketing often falls by the wayside. Wouldn’t it be great if you could build a brand army to do the hard work for you?

Omni-channel marketing: just like Grade 6 science

  • 19th November 201419/11/2014
Think of your customers as the electrical current; or more-so, think of an individual customer’s experience as the current. Whether you’re retail or corporate, customers can onboard your brand experience at any particular part of the circuit. This might be in-store, outdoor advertising, an EDM, a social post, or simply through good old-fashioned word of mouth. how do people discover you?

Want to build games? Use HTML5, dingus

  • 6th November 201406/11/2014
With the advancing web technologies in HTML5, web developers should be jumping on the bandwagon. There are countless new game frameworks that are being created which help us use this technology to create online web based games with ease. Here you can see a simple game I put together using the Phaser framework.

Weirdest Comments on Social Media

  • 30th October 201430/10/2014
A round-up of the weirdest comments we've dealt with for clients on social media in October & how we do crisis management here at Klyp.

What you need to know about iBeacons (Part 2)

  • 9th October 201409/10/2014
A follow up on the iBeacons part 1. Be in the know to use this technology to create awesome applications & knowing what and how to pick those low-hanging fruits.

Oh you're a developer... What's your Github username?

  • 25th September 201425/09/2014
When I conduct interviews for development roles here at Klyp, the first thing I do is ask a candidate for a link to their Github account. As it turns out, Github is not just a really confusing download site. Our current developers all have active accounts and there's a good reason for that. Here's why you should be using it too.