Lots of new stuff!
It has been very quiet in the last few months on this blog – but not because we have nothing to share! There simply was too much to do and the blog couldn’t be a priority – something we want to change again.
With this in mind, let me recoup what happened since our last post in October.
We’ve been very busy working on getting flowli, our content publishing platform ready. While it still has a few bugs, which we’re hunting and squashing on a daily basis, we’ve already done a couple of installations and projects based on flowli.
James Doorley, an intuitive campaigning website
SAL, the public facing website for the School of Applied Linguistics in Zurich
Christopher Schmid Photography, the site of a Photographer and IT specialist
And a few web presences that are still in the making, especially the one of Project Syndicate, which we hope to complete in the coming weeks.
Apart from these few installations, we’ve been busy with the integration of a few services, especially the automatic categorisation and tagging solutions of Strider IS, which will soon allow flowli customers to get any content semantically tagged and categorised.
Also, we’ve departed a bit from our original concept of flowli and have developed a few new approaches, especially the concept of content and users ‘following’ other articles. We’ll post more details about this soon.
And finally, we’re growing. We’ve doubled our design team (welcome Felix!) and are looking forward to hire at least one more developer as soon as we possibly can. Also, we’ve increased the scope of our business through the inclusion of consultants Anne Bostanci and Ana Azevedo, who are advising our clients on business strategy, communication and on working in dispersed teams.