The New York Times is the biggest subscription-driven publisher in the world, and when Opinary’s co-founder and host of the OMR Media podcast Pia sat down with the Times’ CTO, Nick Rockwell, she wanted to find out how their tech team contributes to the lofty goals and makes their readers eager to pay for its content.
Are you looking forward to Christmas? Some people love the festivities and look forward to their days off with family and friends. Others are annoyed by the stress of shopping and the consumer hype. Our colleagues are also divided on this question and there is a lot of discussion about it. After all, hardly anyone […]
Mar-Tech Startup Raises € 3 million Berlin / New York, 24th January 2018. Opinary, a tech startup that allows users to share their opinions in online content, has closed a €3 million funding round with operational VC Project A. Existing investors Global Founders Capital (GFC), Motu Ventures, and several business angels like Rolf Schrömgens […]
As an Opinary UX Designer you’ll become part of a team whose technology intuitively visualizes complex debates, making polling interactive for over 50 million monthly users. Our publisher partners are global leading media platforms like Bild, Spiegel Online, Guardian US, “The Times”, Huffington Post and many more. You’ll use your exceptional design skills and product instinct to turn high-level […]
Okay, sort of. Newsrooms already try to read people’s minds but don’t have objective metrics for it. From the start of the editorial process (what does “the audience” want/need?) to the analysis of the results (why don’t they scroll to the bottom?), it’s a guessing game as to what users are thinking.
This is a picture of the Balloon Saloon on a Tribeca-street corner in Lower Manhattan. Blocks away from the World Trade Center’s high-end retail mall, the Balloon Saloon specializes in serving a sliver of New York City’s population.