@DocHavis Morning! Thanks for reading and commenting Dave. Really pleased to hear that it's working on Android; it's been a while since I was on Android as my Nexus phone's logic board is dead :-( Any thoughts on how you could use it?
@JulianStaddon You're welcome @julianstaddon. Any ideas as to how you would use this?
CraigTaylor74 @julianstaddon not sure yet. Looks like it could be used in a learning intervention; get people to label parts of an image or as a resource with links. If I get something going I'll let you know. Worked on my android, too.
@CraigTaylor74 @julianstaddon not sure yet. Looks like it could be used in a learning intervention; get people to label parts of an image or as a resource with links. If I get something going I'll let you know.
Agree that this is a really useful bit in Flickr - but you were in my seminar last year ;->
Wiring plugs, adding the french names to body parts .....
The biggest shame is that they stopped having the direct link to Piknic as an image editor as it allowed far more then the current one in Flickr. Gingerblox
ThingLink looks really handy, Craig. I can imagine the projector setup example you used just as easily being an airline cockpit (labelling all the buttons and dials) or the closeup of a flower (labelling the petals, stamens etc).
In the office environment, this tool could be used to label a screenshot of a particular software interface, effectively becoming a quick & easy alternative to Captivate or Camtasia.
@Ryan Tracey Some good examples there, I could also see it being used to ask people to add comments and context etc to fields in a form.