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    Technology and the role of the designer

    Posted 22 September 2014 12:00 AM by Juliette Hocquigny

    Last week, London hosted the Global Design forum. Sessions were held at different venues, from the V&A to the Mallett. The overall aim of the events was to discuss and debate the role of design in today’s world and its part in an ever-changing environment as a result of digital transformations.

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    People Powered Transformation

    Posted 15 September 2014 12:00 AM by Katz Kiely

    Digital channels and tools have transformed the way we do business, communicate, collaborate and share.  Digital impacts every business function: structures, processes, communications, cultures, security, reputation.  The concept of “business a usual” is a thing of the past. The world is in a constant state of flux and the speed of change is unlikely to slow anytime soon.

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    Agile and Web Marketing: A continuing problem for technology

    Posted 3 September 2014 12:00 AM by Michael Sadler

    The role of a marketer today is to react and respond to changes that are happening so quickly that they are not in a position to foresee the needs of a content platform in advance. Under these circumstances where does this leave technology? Unlike for previous clients, we can no longer demand a complete set of needs to develop a platform from. Therefore we must be agile, but we must also push the agile methodology to its extreme.

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    Digital Paralysis Kills

    Posted 20 August 2014 12:00 AM by Cleve Gibbon

    Last month McKinsey reported that the flow of goods and services in 2012 reached $26 trillion; that’s 36 percent of the global GDP.  We were forewarned that global flows revenue would triple by 2025 with digital playing a lead role in that increase.  Are you forearmed with the digital platforms you need to capitalise on that? Or are you suffering from digital paralysis?

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    Attend “Using Sitecore to deliver contextualized experiences” at Sitecore Symposium in Barcelona

    Posted 19 August 2014 12:00 AM by Kimberly McCabe

    Cognifide helps brands create optimal customer experiences that connect digital and offline experiences. Many have found inspiration in our Customer Experience Theatre where we demonstrate that we can create truly inspiring customer journeys – ones which are meaningful and frictionless. Our Customer Engagement Theatre, Zen Display, combines the power of visual display with limitless power of Sitecore and Cognifide’s accelerator Zen Garden.

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    Zen Garden Creativity Day

    Posted 1 August 2014 12:00 AM by Andrzej Bobak

    Long-running projects have their drawbacks. Sometimes developers tend to lose creativity, Product Owners focus on long-term goals. Brilliant ideas (if any) are pushed to the bottom of backlog, waiting to become obsolete ... What can you do to stimulate creativity in your project? Zen Garden project team decided to have a team creativity day. Read the blog post and see what are the results of our creativity day.

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    ConnectCon 2014

    Posted 16 July 2014 12:00 AM by Andrzej Bobak

    At the end of June a group of Cognifide employees visited Basel, Switzerland to attend to ConnectCon, a conference for professionals working with AEM platform. See the short summary of this two day conference through the eyes of one of the attendees.

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    Sightly and Slice - where a beautiful markup meets a beautiful code

    Posted 8 July 2014 12:00 AM by Maciej Majchrzak

    Sightly – the new templating engine in AEM AEM 6 brings a lot of new features. Among the great improvements in the technology stack (like new OAK repository) it also introduces a new way of component development. The new templating engine called Sightly is html-based and addresses one of the most common problems in AEM development – lack of separation of concerns. From now on, Sightly prevents you from writing the business logic of a component in the presentation layer – instea...

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    Consumers feel cheated by bad experiences, disloyalty on the rise

    Posted 2 July 2014 12:00 AM by Kimberly McCabe

    Yesterday was the first day of the Marketforce 20:20 Customer Experience Summit in London. I wasn’t impressed with the last Marketforce event I participated in, so I have to admit I arrived with my smiley-slash-poker face, ready to criticise my Customer Experience at this CX summit across touch-points…

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    Security Checks Cheat Sheet

    Posted 26 June 2014 9:44 AM by Łukasz Morawski

      We know that security issues and security testing are important, so how can we empower our testing efforts? How can we approach this activity? Of course, The OWASP web application checklist is a great starter but if we want to engage in the smaller scale or we've just begun our journey into the land of pentests and ethical hacking? Cognifide has prepared a cheat sheet that everyone can use! Just print it and pin it on the wall so it’s always in the range of your eye, ready to use wh...

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