6 posts about Homepage on this blog
Tuesday 22 July 2014, 20:12
We have a system comprising 58 application servers and 10 database servers that provides programme and clip metadata. This data powers various BBC iPlayer applications for the devices that we support (which is over 1200 and counting) as well as modules of programme information and clips on many sites...
Tuesday 21 May 2013, 08:00
Hello there my name is David Wynne and I’m a Technical Architect and Founder of Red Badger, a creative software workshop that has been working with the BBC to develop features such as BBC Now.
Through BBC Connected Studio we’ve been working closely with Eleni Sharp, BBC Homepage Product Manager and...
Tuesday 14 May 2013, 10:18
Hello, I'm the product manager of the BBC Homepage.
In November 2012 I wrote a post about a project I was working on with an agency called Red Badger as part of the BBC’s Connected Studio initiative.
I’m really excited that we have now been able to put the link to this pilot live on the Connected...
Wednesday 21 November 2012, 10:15
In May the BBC Homepage became the first product to take part in the new Connected Studio initiative.
As product manager for the Homepage I was really looking forward to this and couldn't wait to hear the ideas which were going to be pitched to us.
Tuesday 13 November 2012, 09:29
Hello, I'm Eleni Sharp, Product Manager of the BBC Homepage.
I'm delighted to tell you about a development on the Homepage which the team and I have been working on and which went live yesterday.
We have been developing the following new features to the carousel which takes up the top half of the...
Tuesday 12 June 2012, 17:30
Back in November when the new BBC Homepage launched, my technical counterpart James Thornett and his boss Phil Fearnley described how the team intended to evolve the product over time and improve the homepage for all users.
As homepage editorial lead, I'm happy to announce a significant new development...
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