What is the maximum number of friends you can have? Using the social intelligence theory, we explain why this is so important in the social world of digital.
In the first of our series of blogs about Groupology, we explain how to persuade a crowd and why this knowledge is useful for creating online communities.
Humans have used icons as a visual language for over 17,000 years and iconography is now forming a global visual language online.
Despite what you think, sitting on the internet can be good for your physical health. We explain how online communities can contribute to reducing obesity.
BrightLemon was one of the first tech companies to join Silicon Roundabout in London. We look at how Silicon Roundabout could become Silicon Valley.
BrightLemon hosted a breakfast seminar aimed at Education, Charity and Heritage organisations wanting to engage more effectively with online audiences.
Why e-learning platforms need extra attention when it comes to testing and practical tips and approaches on the best way to test them.
It’s common belief that long hours on the internet may be bad for health. But online communities can actually help to expand our health knowledge.
Social media platforms are no longer good enough for leading brands. Find out how they’re changing the way social networking works for them.
Systems of domination provoke resistance. All resistance emerges as a result of social networks. But what are the outcomes of such social networks?