Do you need a tech partner for a project? Someone who knows the talk and walks the walk. That’s Littered Lights!
We’ve consulted on many projects where stakeholders know what they want, but don’t know how to get it, how it would work or what it would cost.
We specialise in
- Internet Technologies
- Online Communications
- Social Networks
- Technology Hacking (using tech for unintended purposes)
- People conversion
There are eight types of Internet Technologies besides the World Wide Web that companies use everyday. Email and file transfers, though they use the Internet are not classically referred to as “Web”, because they’re not.
You could make the decision to use a Web solution to solve a problem that would be handled by technology dedicated to the problem.
Online tools leverage Internet Technologies by integrating them into a user-friendly environment using web technologies to present and make usage efficient.
Online collaboration at its best, you can share files, updates, and promotions with the world or exclusively to a group.
Littered Lights knows social networks from the code they use to build them, the tools that make them function and the best websites for the right job.
When we hear the word hacking, we tend to think illegal breakin of a computer, rather than the real meaning of the term, which is to use a piece of technology for an unintended purpose to solve a problem. Unfortunately for the term, it was hijacked to mean security penetration with intent to damage or steal data.
We use it in the classical sense. We take a piece of technology and make it useful in another way. This knowledge can help on recycling projects.
This looks at how to assist people in using technology, whether that be software or hardware use.
This could be on the job training using technology to improve how this is done.
Example: 13 training videos for bar staff using a waterproof multimedia device the trainee can use on the bar and refer to quickly.