Why the QR code can't save the world
"I have never seen anybody willingly scan a QR code, because their mind is already programmed to expect something either COVID related, or painful, or both"
It's time to say goodbye to QR codes
The nostalgia of floppy disks could never have competed with the unbeautiful and inevitable push for human progress.
This week in Sticky (5)
Introducing first-class video support, personas and end-to-end whitelabelling.
This week in Sticky (4)
Launching Stickydiscover discovery trails, product revenue and locations on steroids.
This week in Sticky (3)
A 360 degree customer view, contact forms and a beautiful desktop experience.
What better opportunity than to talk about the reality of Sticky: the infrastructure that makes it all possible?
A sticky endeavour: Why we made Stickyretail
For retail to survive, it needed to think more holistically; that is, not be concerned with being a sector that is physical or digital, but a sector that is both.
Retail is like Uber vs the taxi business - it does not need a rethink or a revolution; it just needs to be good
In 2020, let's redefine retail to mean the goal of happy customers buying more things. Websites and physical space will just be implementation details.
On commodities and defensibility
Network effects outrank founders and speed because they lead to growth so big that a group of humans could never have it achieved by hand.
The products of the future are not digital or physical - they are both. So why can't companies make them?
We remove the cost of IoT hardware by using the IoT hardware in all of our pockets - our phones and smart watches. We use their contactless technology to allow companies to create a new kind of product that is both digital and physical.