DDB Stockholm’s Fun Theory campaign for Volkswagen is excellent. The piano stairs viral shows how you can change human behaviour just by making something fun. Simple insight, really on brand, over 1 million views on YouTube already. Excellent work.
Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
- This is the start of something very interesting. A game controlled by heart rate: bit.ly/1zVUwbg 2 weeks ago
- Trailer For Hbo’s Silicon Valley Season 2 - klou.tt/u7xeody6g4x3 2 weeks ago
- Publishers, Agencies Must Shift Their Focus From Big Data to Big Content - klou.tt/qzqbm8bed2jb 2 weeks ago
- 2015 Trends in Customer Engagement, eCommerce and Mobile Commerce - klou.tt/l5pugqdu304h 2 weeks ago
- Revealed: How Google Glass imploded - klou.tt/14bohp9hgyip0 2 weeks ago
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- Tired of being underpaid, Apple, Yahoo bus drivers vote to unionizeThe bus drivers who shuttle Yahoo, Apple, eBay, Zynga and Genentech employees to and from their offices voted to unionize Friday after complaining about being overworked and underpaid. The Compass Transportations drivers voted 104-38 to join the Teamsters union Friday, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. See also: From D.C. to Silicon Valley: Political […]
- These Buddhist warrior monks excel at Kung FuIn China, it is said that “all martial arts under heaven arose out of Shaolin.” Shaolin Kung Fu is believed to be the oldest institutionalized style of Kung Fu and is one of the most famous martial arts, according to Getty. It was created in the Buddhist Shaolin temple in the Songshan mountain in China and has developed over the last 1500 years. It and it […]
- 6 predictions about the future of video and job interviewingImagine it’s 2025 and you’re preparing to interview candidates for an open position. Are you setting up your office for the interview? Or are you charging up the latest wearable technology and getting ready for a live video chat — right from your wrist? Close to two-thirds of hiring managers already are using video interviews to locate and hire top talent, a […]
- Tired of being underpaid, Apple, Yahoo bus drivers vote to unionize
- Acer wants to sell you a touchscreen fitness tracker for less than $90This is Acer's latest play for your wrist, the Liquid Leap+. It takes the form of a fairly basic fitness tracker that also pulls notifications from your smartphone. Aesthetically it's a continuation of what Acer offered with the original Liquid Leap,...
- Acer's new Windows Phone is unlikely to blow you awayFor some time now, consumers have pretty much been stuck choosing between Lumias for their Windows Phone fix. Acer is aiming to change that with the launch of its catchily named "Liquid M220" smartphone. The M220 is a decidedly low-end handset, with ...
- We're live at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona!It's that time again: Our team has descended upon the heart of Barcelona to bring you another week of the latest the mobile world has to offer. As always, we'll be shooting videos and liveblogging events until our fingers fall off, and we certainly h...
- Acer wants to sell you a touchscreen fitness tracker for less than $90