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My day with the London Mathematical Society

The London Mathematical Society launched their 150th anniversary event last Friday, and Public-i had the pleasure of webcasting the day's affairs. It's been many months of hard work leading up to this - we had been taking our time building the microsite, writing up equipment lists, and ensuring everything would be in place for the ...

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User study around webcast viewing

It's been a busy year here in the UX team at Public-i. We have been working tirelessly and with great enthusiasm towards creating a good user experience for both, our clients and also for their clients - the webcast viewers. Good user experience for our webcast viewers means making their experience of finding, watching and using a ...

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Merry Christmas from Public-i

So it's time to wish you all the best for the festive season and to share a few of our highlights of 2014 with you.   We're pleased to say that our client numbers have grown from 80 to 95, and welcome those who have joined us. Thank you for choosing to work with us. The Public-i team has grown ...

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Five reasons to attend the last User Group of 2014

December has nearly arrived, and this means we're all looking forward to enjoying some festive celebrations, and maybe even a little bit of snow. But before we all head out of our offices to enjoy the holidays, we've got a Public-i User Group for you to attend on the 17th of December. So why should you ...

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What are people saying about devolution in Birmingham?

In October Birmingham City Council held its Highbury 4 Democracy event on devolution After the Scottish referendum and the promise to grant greater powers to the Parliament in Edinburgh, Birmingham - along with other cities in England - is exploring how best to devolve power to city level from Whitehall and to bring greater power to district and neighbourhood ...

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