We were totally overwhelmed in the interest for our webinar "Worst. Year. Ever: What happened to university marketing during the pandemic and predictions for the next five years". We even had to upgrade our Zoom license!
Today we're launching a new experiment: Edulab, a website where you can submit a link to a piece of work that you like, or are proud of and get feedback from your peers. No esteemed judges, no pay-to-play sponsors - just other experts, like you.
Hijack 2.0 has changed the way that we approach live chat in the backend of WordPress, find out how we have done this.
Upcoming webinar alert – Worst. Year. Ever: What happened to university marketing during the pandemic and predictions for the next five years
Join our upcoming webinar as we look back on a year of innovation, flops, and trends that were cemented for good. Discover the future of university digital marketing, post pandemic.
Hijack is back and even better than before. There's all-new game changing features and an updated look and feel. Available from May 17th 2021.
Coventry University has been running online events throughout the 2020 pandemic. But with digital fatigue setting in, they wanted to take a different approach to applicant visit days. To stand out from their peers, they turned to SMILE.
Hijack helped the University of Kent use their existing content in new ways. It helped them to achieve a huge amount in a compressed timeline - less than a week.
Join us as we take a look back on SMILE at WPCampus 2020. Watch our talk about online events and how Hijack helped our clients through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The all-new University of Gloucestershire website has launched. This project includes so many things that we've wanted to see in flagship websites. This high-profile development took over a year to realise and saw SMILE work with stakeholders from across the university at all levels.
Communication between a computer and humans have always been unnatural - typing to get a response isn't the most intuitive method of conveying commands/instructions as opposed to the ease of using voice. The introduction of speech recognition technology aims to bridge the gap of communication - where computers can make sense of certain phrases and sentences.