October 18, 2017 — What’s new
At the time Global Director of Data Strategy, Brian sheds demystifying light on getting hold of data and working with it so that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
Visual search, voice-activated purchases and AI shopping advice feature in this week’s round-up of digital news.
Biometric payment from Costcutter and Burberry’s illustrated experiments with AR feature in this week’s digest of the digital world.
From Walmart’s direct-to-fridge grocery deliveries, to virtual reality shopping with Swarovski, we round up the week’s digital developments.
In the first in a series of short films with members of the Zx Ventures team, mobile engineer Wyatt shares some learnings on developments in digitally-minded design.
This week in digital commerce: Target brings beacon technology to its stores, while Diageo crowdfunds a new personalisation project.
With the executive vice president of Coca-Cola recently stating that digital transformation is its top priority, we look at the trend of brands making ecommerce part of an all-engaging, consumer routine.
This week in digital commerce, Whatsapp and Yoox Net-a-Porter collaborate on conversational commerce, while KFC China and Alipay play with facial payment.
Holition’s Jonathan Chippindale shares some pertinent points on using data to design adaptive experiences in-store
Voice-based search from Diageo, finding the perfect fit with Levi’s Facebook chatbot, and other news and analysis from the week in digital commerce.
This week’s edit of curated reading includes IFA 2017 kicking off and Amazon opening up its social influencers program.
This week in digital commerce: Drone delivery in Africa, online grocery innovation from Alibaba, and designing Blockchain for supply chains.