Functionality.

Ben Logan
19 July 2013

The new Relias Learning Management System (RLMS) has been launched, with a host of fresh features as well as a vastly enhanced user experience. Thanks to the use of extensive testing and customer feedback, Relias Learning has significantly upgraded their software. In addition, previously confusing navigation options have been removed in this latest upgrade, plus a wealth of videos and How-To guides have been included to make the customer experience as straightforward as possible Some of the updates to RLMS include auto enrolment of learners, a live dashboard for monitoring, live event management and an enhanced set of reporting functionality…

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Ben Logan
18 June 2013

Rumours are once again rife in the cut-throat world of social media, this time regarding Facebook’s enigmatic invites that have been sent out for their June 20event. The message reads: “A small team has been working on a big idea. Join us for coffee and learn about a new product”. Speculation has already begun, with many predicting an announcement that Facebook’s Instagram is to be adding video functionality. A video that seems to confirm the report has surfaced and while many are warning that it could all be a red herring, reports that Facebook were testing a video feature for…

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Ben Logan
15 May 2013

An app allowing Google Glass owners to use facial recognition functionality is on its way.  Originally developed for hospital employees to allow for a faster means of finding relevant medical records, the new application is still however in the early stages of production. Programmer Lance Nenek has been keen to point out the sharp learning curve of Glass’s user interface and the fact that even the high level developers working on the new device are still struggling to come to terms with the combination of voice, touch and motion that drives Glass’s user experience. Once the kinks have been ironed…

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Ben Logan
10 May 2013

Facebook to rethink Home’s usability Users of the world unite! Earlier this week, we heard that Microsoft was to improve Windows 8’s usability through a series of updates (based on users’ feedback) and now it is Facebook’s turn.  Less than a month after its official launch, Facebook have announced that complaints about Home’s usability will result in their releasing updates to address users’ concerns. User feedback on Facebook Home usability Thousands of users have been leaving none-too-complimentary reviews on Google Play, letting Facebook know exactly what they think of Home.  With an average rating of just 2.2 out of 5 stars,…

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Ben Logan
26 March 2013

Google have jumped on board the competitive note taking market with the release of their Keep Android app. While it easily draws comparisons with the more comprehensive Evernote, Keep has its own set of user-friendly features to impress. Billed by Google as a “Central place to save what’s on your mind”, Keep can be considered a multimedia scrapbook for ideas, projects and random thoughts. One of Keep’s nicest features is the control it gives over its user interface. The visual presentation of the notes is flexible, and its visual design is indicative of Google’s recent commitment to the creation of…

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Ben Logan
22 February 2013

We’ve been keeping close tabs on all the rumours emerging about Apple’s hotly anticipated iWatch – the latest news reports from Apple Insider and Patently Apple are that a patent application for “an advanced wearable computer in the form of a bracelet that could double as a watch” has been made. Rather than some of the previously assumed ideas of what an iWatch would entail, this recently submitted patent describes a wristband with a bi-stable spring (as might be found in a snap bracelet) and a nifty function that ensures the device only displays visible surface area based on a…

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