The stream, as Alex Madrigal points on “The Year the Stream Crested” , has been picking momentum since 2007. Newsfeeds, lifestream, timelines, or other social design patterns which highlights activity and creates the momentary illusion of not missing out. Information is increasingly being distributed and presented in real-time streams instead of dedicated Web pages. The […]
Because Macs are the ones who do. Happy 30th birthday, Macintosh.
Dove applies their “Real Beauty” filter to the selfie concept, inviting young girls and their mothers to publish their honest selfies at dovebeautyis.com and discuss it with #beautyis The new campaign is based on the 8 minute documentary Selfie where director Cynthia Wade reveals “how we have the power to redefine what is beautiful in all of us”.
Wolfram joins the Internet Of Things party, bringing together connected devices and their Wolfram Language on a dedicated site. Working with device manufacturers, the goal is to provide knowledge about connected devices, a sort of real world API meets the Wikipedia of connected devices. By using WDF (Wolfram Data Framework) to connect to the devices and get […]
With mobile eating the world, creativity will gradually move from the desktop, tablets being the natural choice. Storytelling on mobile can go beyond Bitstrips, Instagram or Vine, with more options for mixed media. Storehouse: media storytelling on mobile Storehouse launched today on the App Store, allowing you to combine photos, videos, and text to tell a […]
When you start to see stuff like this. I wonder if all OEMs and startups realize how many people are trying to unplug instead of being more connected.
It’s about time brands start to see themselves as publishers and “cook” their own meals. Or as Trevor Edwards once said, “We’re not in the business of keeping the media companies alive”.
I’ve yet to find a paper or research that shows how online contests or sweepstakes help a brand grow.
R/GA shared today on Facebook an infographic created by their Data Viz team for football (aka soccer) team New York Red Bulls. There’s nothing really remarkable on the infographic (besides the team’s season performance), but i kept wondering how far has advertising evolved to considered infographics as standalone creative works. Data, big or not, is […]
The dust has yet to settle regarding the future of media companies. In the past few months i had several discussions regarding media business models with a few companies in Portugal, and everyone seems a bit lost, even if abroad a few trends for the digital world are emerging. Time-shifting and big data editorial (and […]