A new project on Kickstarter, promising toÂ make youÂ look lessÂ ignorant whenever your car has problems. Fixd plugs a dashboardÂ sensor and sends notification to your phone when problems arise. The app provides multi-vehicle support, with notifications andÂ advices[…]
It’s been a while since i’ve discovered a decent personalised video, Â but this on from Stink Digital to promoteÂ Etienne de CrÃ©cy’s new singleÂ â€œHashtag My Assâ€ isÂ quite impressive. The interactive music video at HashtagMyAss.com connects to[…]
Continuing last week’s food theme, a new campaign by brazilian food brand Nissin, celebrating their Miojo noodles with a very specialÂ type ofÂ recipe: noodles cooked in space. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpFzIRfzt10 The space mission debuted today, with an inside[…]
A calendar/plannerÂ entirely made of Lego, synchronised online. Created by Vitamins, via Rui.
Whenever people ask me for great examples of brands onÂ Instagram, i’m alwaysÂ reminded of @bartsfishtales.Â To promote their sustainable line of fish products,Â Fishtales invited chefÂ Bart van Olphen to share his tips and recipes onÂ 15 second videos for[…]
At least if you’re nominated for Phonetastic, the parallel section of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, taking place nextÂ October in Catalonia. Â The mobile film festival isÂ able to present its award-winning shorts from its Official[…]
Acura did something new today on Twitter. Instead of the regular card, we got to experience what is probably the first interactive Twitter card. Nothing truly groundbreaking but it’s a sign where native advertising is[…]
London has seen their share of excitingÂ digital out-of-home activations, and this time it’sÂ Leo Burnett LondonÂ and Grand Visual joining the party with a whimsical billboard whereÂ thought bubbles are filled with Big Macs. Disclaimer: McDonald’s is a[…]
Amongst the several projects that Shin Seung Back and Kim Yong HunÂ are showing at the Ars Electronica Festival, this one was ratherÂ interesting: Nonfacial Mirror. Built withÂ Â Arduino, a webcam andÂ custom software,Â one can look at his/her face[…]
Proxima Nova is the new Helvetica. At least according toÂ Typ.io, who finds out what fonts are beingÂ used at beautifully designed websites.