VisitPhilly embraces Foodspotting

Philadelphia’s tourism website, VisitPhilly.com doesn’t just dabble with social media, they seem to take it by the horns and ride off into the sunset. Take their use of the photo sharing app for foodies, FoodSpotting. Foodspotting allows users to take…

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A few of my favorite things

2010 found me experimenting with new tools for web design, social media, and productivity. I’m sharing a few with a few of my favorites in hopes you might find them useful too. Mailchimp Mailchimp is my new go-to email marketing…

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New York Gallery Tours

New York Gallery Tours’ previous website was informative, but had a circa 1990′s look and feel. This redesign reflects the owner/tour guide’s passion for contemporary art in New York City’s most art-centric neighborhoods. Bold colors and calls-to-action should improve tour…

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An Augmented Reality app for tourism?

The Museum of London recently launched its own Augmented Reality (AR) app called StreetMuseum for the iPhone. How it works Simply select a destination in London from your phone’s GPS and hold your phone up from your present street location…

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Foursquare Day + Facebook

April 16, 20120 presented an opportunity for Foursquare enthusiasts to join their counterparts across the U.S. in celebrating National Foursquare Day. Locally, big cities and even smaller communities (like here in Burlington, VT) were able to organize resident Foursquare players…

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