Enter luxury shopping.
An alluring world of quality-meets-prestige game.
You’d think luxury ecommerce stores solely exists so that brands have a cool digital touchpoint. They exist to inform, inspire and drive foot traffic.
People don’t browse FarFetch to buy later offline. They start and complete their journey online and if there’s one thing that helps is the subtle nudges in terms of branding and UX/UI that seal the deal.
Cost, Credentials, Career Prospects Fuel Online Lea...
Google has joined forces with National Geographic, NASA, the National Park Service and Khan Academy to offer Camp Google, a one-month summer camp for kids that children can attend for free from their homes.
A new UK research project is probing into the role of mindfulness as an intervention that improves students’ mental health and academic performance. The Wellcome Trust study is a seven-year long randomized trial on mindfulness training that will involve about 6,000 British students ages 11 to 14.
Kurani, a design firm that partners with schools and adult education centers in the US and beyond to create learning spaces where knowledge can thrive, is attempting to rethink the classroom.
Qualcomm, EdX Team Up to Improve Mobile Education, ...
Robot Factory by TinyBop is a ‘digital toy,’ as its creators call it, that lets children piece together robots choosing from a vast array of bodies, arms, legs and other robotic miscellany. Robot Factory - which has been out for less than a month – boasts of more than 1 million robots created by young children since its launch.
A Microsoft study of 2,000 participants revealed that pocket-sized devices and digital content omnipresence has compromised people’s attention span, which is now estimated to be less than nine seconds – that is, shorter than the attention span of a goldfish.
Schools Embracing Data, Metrics to Improve Effectiv...
A report on how technology can be integrated with education to offer learners a personalized experience, titled “Technology-Enabled Personalized Learning Summit: Findings & Recommendations to Accelerate Implementation,” includes insights and recommendations on how to make use of data, content and curriculum and how to leverage research and development resources.
Turnitin Launches Automated Writing Grading Service...
EdCast, a platform designed to publish and view short education-related mini-lessons, has launched an informal learning platform which enables users to post snippets of educational content. Curated content from “globally renowned experts and influencers” — EdCasters — shows up in a user’s feed, giving users access to the latest, quality educational content found online.
You probably think learning a new language is a drag. I hear you – it’s just too much of an effort to learn all the new vocabulary, grammar rules and pronunciation principles, isn’t it? But the truth is, all these issues aside, learning a second language is beneficial for your brain in a multitude of ways.
Adobe has introduced Slate, a free consumer app for the iPad, that is a creative digital storytelling app for business and education users. It was designed to help users with little to no web design knowledge bring together images, content and layouts in one professional looking digital narrative.
OECD has published a new report on NEETs (young people not in education, employment or training), revealing discouraging data showing a prevalent literacy and math gap and a disconnect between what school education provides and what today’s marketplace demands.