Hold On!

Hold Up

Please select a minimum of three sectors in the menu above.

Got It
  • Scheduled dating app gets isolated singletons chatting
  • Scheduled dating app gets isolated singletons chatting
    Afif Kusuma (2019) ©
SIGNAL

Scheduled dating app gets isolated singletons chatting

Frustrated by social distancing and home quarantine, people are taking satisfaction in things that require decisive action. Dating app Flutter is meeting this demand with a built-in time limit for talking to potential matches, helping people regain a sense of control at a time of uncertainty. 

Canvas8

Related

  • Article image

    What can I do!? The science of seeking control

    The spread of COVID-19 has seen people frantically stock their cupboards and freezers, with empty supermarket shelves a common sight worldwide. Canvas8 spoke to Dr. Leonard Lee, a marketing professor at the National University of Singapore, to understand the human needs that fuel panic-buying.

  • OkCupid’s sincere campaign tackles dating app fatigue

    OkCupid’s sincere campaign tackles dating app fatigue

    In the face of dating apathy, there’s a wariness around mindless swiping that prioritises looks over personality. OkCupid’s ‘Ask Yourself’ campaign taps into this feeling and looks to meet demands for authenticity by spotlighting the most important traits daters look for in partners. 

  • Article image

    CLiKD: creative dating for weary swipers

    A culture of fast dating that relies on instant attraction and split-second decisions is leading to severe swipe fatigue. In its place, people are looking for more personalised dating experiences and meaningful IRL interactions. Can London-based CLiKD appeal to shifting dating behaviours?

  • Article image

    How have apps changed the way we date?

    Whether on the search for a hook-up or something longer-lasting, digital dating platforms have become the first port of call for many singletons. Canvas8 spoke to three experts to learn more about the modern romance landscape and to find out whether apps have killed the long-term relationship.