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  • AT&T Interactive
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  • Microsoft Research (MSR)
  • Pitney Bowes Business Insight
  • NAVTEQ

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UnYorkshire

Unofficial crowd-sourced tourism/event/cultural/food information delivered primarily via mobile interfaces.

System offers suggestions for possible leisure activities based on user location, current weather conditions, known current events/activities, while also taking into account other user-defined parameters such as: ages, available transport, time available, etc.

From various user driven internet sources online it also recommends for you what you should see or do upon entering a new city or planning a holiday. (originally meant to be a part of Snapture <http://http://mohsinali.name/projects/>) This plans out your day in a new city or holiday destination by variables such as time and thing that you’ve favoured online.

Matt Seward

kilo75

Matt graduated from Brunel University (BSc Industrial Design) in 1995, during which time he also worked and studied in Italy.

Matt began his career at Apple Computer where he picked up lots of his web development skills producing sites in 9 languages for 12 countries.

Matt left Apple to help build a London based agency, winning contracts with Mattel, Barclays, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Cisco. They were exciting times with projects that really pushed the boundaries of Internet technologies.

After a period of project managing large budget projects as a freelancer Matt established kilo75 to get back to design.

Today Matt is involved with all aspects of design and development. His passion and determination to apply design in ways to make the Internet really work for our clients ensures that kilo75 continue to deliver great results.

Matt is married with two children.