From Lily Cam to Mom’s Usability Test: Our Top 5 Links of the Week
Our discoveries of the week include a platform for businesses in London, the Lily Cam and an unusual usability test for your website.
GROW.LONDON helps you to start your business
Whether you are a two person start-up or a large corporate selecting the location of your new global headquarters – London provides abundant opportunity. However, unlocking this takes knowledge and skill. GROW.LONDON provides data and insight on key location and business decision-making factors across 5 categories; Competitiveness, Connectivity, Markets, Talent and Living.
Quadrocopter Lily Camera for air selfies
We are fans of the stylish Lily Camera. A Selfie while racing or kayaking, recorded from the air: The Lily Camera is thrown in the air by the user, it follows him and captures his adventures.
Mom tests your website
The best way to test the usability of your website is to ask the elders. Here you get some motherly UX advice.
The first Environmental Democracy Index
The Access Initiative and the World Resources Institute launched first ever Environmental Democracy Index (EDI) on May 20th at the National Press Club. The index will offer new insights into the state of environmental democracy around the world and opportunities to use the tool to support reform. EDI is the first index to measure how well countries’ national laws protect environmental democracy rights.
Mapbox goes mobile
Mapbox Mobile just launched on iOS! The open source SDK lets developers add beautiful maps to their apps.