A mobile app is a digital platform – like any other stage it should hold up your art, not work against it, say the Cornish company’s Charlotte Bond and Chloe Rickard in The Guardian Culture Professionals Network, reproduced with kind permission. Kneehigh tell stories. Based in Cornwall, we create theatre on both epic and tiny […]
Conference organisers and AmbITion Scotland partners, Interactive Scotland once again hosted a scintillating day at Edinburgh’s Turing Festival. The Turing Festival brings the digital industries and the web into this gathering in a celebration of digital culture and creativity. Named in honour of Alan Turing, father of modern computing, the festival moves beyond traditional tech conferences to explore […]
Source – Culture professionals network: Culture professionals blog | guardian.co.uk The best mobile projects build on genuine collaboration between content owners and digital developers, says Ben Templeton It’s no surprise that mobile technology is an attractive opportunity for arts and cultural organisations. OFCOM suggest more than half the UK’s mobile users have a smartphone – no other device […]
Envirodigital is a finalist in the national Scottish SME Enviro App competition – we submitted an executive summary of an app we currently have in development for SMEs (Small or Medium-sized Enterprises) and microbusinesses to help them become greener. Watch this space for more news!
This case study presented for AmbITion Scotland by Hannah Rudman summarises the development of the Edinburgh Summer Festivals’ API, and its impact on app developers, festival audiences and the festivals themselves. A project of Festivals Edinburgh’s Festivalslab, it was one of the first large scale open data initiatives in the arts, cultural, and heritage sectors […]