With over 61% of people reading online reviews before making a purchase decision, it’s even more important than ever to separate the good ones from the bad. But with peer reviews and professional write-ups often having contrasting opinions, who should we trust – and why?
In a world of infinite choice, consumers increasingly rely on trusted names for edited selections to make their purchasing decisions easier. Does Australian homeware retailer top3 by design's hyper-curated model signpost the way forward?
How do you beat skyrocketing retail space rent alongside competition from established chains and luxury brands? For emerging designers, the answer may lie in a Hong Kong-based app. But is encouraging customers to "shop elsewhere" self-destructive?
Auchan's partnership with social product development company Quirky meet the specific needs of a local market by putting customers at the heart of change, catering to a drastic shift in brand-consumer relationships.
From the NSA scandal to the ‘white lies’ people often tell themselves, the world seems riddled with more deceit than ever. We sat down with acclaimed behavioural economist Dan Ariely to learn more about the driving forces behind dishonesty.
Honestly is a controversial online resource for building, managing, and researching professional reputation, using community-contributed, anonymous reviews.
In a hyperconnected world, the ability to communicate with society at large has been democratised, whether you're a professional journalist or a top commenter. How can so much noise be filtered without impeding on freedom of speech?
In a hyper-connected world, we’re just a Google away from the answer to any question. But as people turn away from impersonal algorithms, photo-based Q&A app Jelly is finding a foothold, crowdsourcing knowledge from the people you know and trust.