What happens if a user sees an event on our screens and wants to take the info with them? We've been pondering this question for a while and here's our first answer.
This 7lbs 4oz bundle of joy arrived at 4.15am this morning. Welcome Toby Price, son of Rob. Both he and his mum are doing very well.
We’ve pencilled Toby in to run a few user research sessions and maybe a spot of sprint planning.
We've just heard that Theo, one of our two developers and the boy wonder who came up with the NowScreen idea in the first place, has just scored big time on his 'A' levels.
Scheduling is one of the most common asks we've had from venue owners. Content expires (obviously) and they shouldn't have to manually remove it.
Back in March we kicked off the first of three projects to turn NowScreen into an all singing all dancing product for showing great local info on a regular HD tellys. Find out how far we've come since then.
I hear the 'p' word most days and, to be honest, it's a pain. All the procurement exercises I've taken part in have taken ages and made my head ache. With this project we decided to things differently.
Our TV screens need the most comprehensive events info available, and we're getting it in a variety of ways. A few event organisers send us info direct either by email, our social media channels or our website.