Something new. Also, I got tweeted my NASA. I’m going to stop the blog. Turning petabytes of satellite imagery over 37 years into an interactive experience in product, on the web, and an interactive installation at the UN. Timelapse in Google Earth provides visual evidence that climate and human behavior are changing Earth. Our team… Continue reading Google Earth Timelapse: a better understanding of Earth’s dynamic changes.
Something new. Quickly made something to help teachers and students during the first weeks and months of the Coronavirus pandemic. Read the official Google blog post.
Usually, I would take a moment to write up some of the ways we approached the work. How we made a thing. Also, how it went. Yet, the first half of 2018 was a little crazy on the number of things we made. We delivered 15 projects. About ten went out into the wild. About… Continue reading 2018 so far: A collection of projects and things
It’s Sunday evening and I’m a bit all over the place. My wife and I took a Virgin Atlantic flight on Thursday night from New York and landed at Heathrow on Friday morning. It was a one-way trip. Wait? What? After nearly three and half amazing years in New York, I’m back in London. I’m excited to say I’m… Continue reading Hello London. I’m back.
It’s Sunday evening. I’m a bit all over the place after getting off a plane late last night – flying to New York to start a new job, tomorrow, at Google Creative Lab. Yep. It feels strange to write that. I’ve talked about it before a little bit; but have only just found the breathing… Continue reading Hello Google
Some (not very good photos) of Stinkdigital London. I’m 1 month into my new role as Exec Producer: here’s 10 things I’ve noticed. We work direct with brands and in partnership with agencies. We get lots of enquiries. We are lucky enough to be selective about the work we take on. We have a core of… Continue reading 1 month in at Stinkdigital
Downloadable app that makes Facebook look like a spreadsheet. Like the idea. Don’t like the video. Skip to 30secs to avoid most of the annoyance.
Sorry about the lack of updates recently. Work has been mad busy. After 10 great years in Shoreditch – glue Isobar are moving to new offices near Regents Park. We’re moving into a brand new space with other Aegis Media agencies, such as Posterscope, iProspect, Carat, Vizeum, and more. We made the “Ultimate Moving Card”… Continue reading I’m Still Here
Dom wrote this feature for the 1st anniversary of the rebranded Revolution magazine. This is a copy+paste of the expanded version posted on his blog. It gives you a glimpse into a some of the projects I’ve worked on at glue, and the technologies we’re looking into at the moment. — Little did I know… Continue reading Our Path To Truly Rich, Personalised Video Experiences