Advertising trends explained… via the BBC Creative Department. Pt2

Part 2 of my all-new essential guide to trends in advertising; aka “popular+creative YouTube videos brought to terrestrial TV in the form of advertising”. This time it’s the BBC creative department, again. Spotted this trailer on TV last night. 1/ BBC Sport – We Support Your Team! 2/ Matt McAllister setting the Guiness World Record… Continue reading Advertising trends explained… via the BBC Creative Department. Pt2

Is Twitter about to go mainstream?

Twitter has been through some tough times recently. It’s had a senior management change, issues with scalability and infrastructure, and companies like Friendfeed have been quick to innovate and are hot on their heels. But could all that be about to change?? A few brands have dabbled with Twitter; but the mighty pop-celeb-car-crash that is… Continue reading Is Twitter about to go mainstream?

How I use my iPhone

Standard apps 1st page, everything else by colour. It’s a good looking alternative to grouping apps by “usage” and finding the right icon is really quick.

Animals by Kristofer Ström, for Minilogue

Minilogue have teamed up with Kristofer Ström again to release to follow-up to the brilliant “Hitchhikers Choice” video. http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=1781230&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1 Minilogue – Animals from ljudbilden on Vimeo. For best viewing open the video on Vimeo and switch to HD and Full Screen mode. Director/Animator/Characterdesign: Kristofer Ström AE/Filmmaestro/Cutting: Erik Buchholtz Producers: Bart Yates, Nicholas Wakeham Studio: varelsen.com… Continue reading Animals by Kristofer Ström, for Minilogue

Why I’ve fallen in love with Google Reader

I’ve recently realised what a complete waste of time it is opening up my bookmarks, visiting a site, checking for new content, closing the site, opening up my bookmarks, going to the next site, checking for new content, closing the site, repeat, etc, etc, etc. I decided to give Google Reader a try after Joe… Continue reading Why I’ve fallen in love with Google Reader