The launch of Plan UK’s Education for Girls Facebook app, designed and developed by Steely Eye Digital Media, topped the Twitter chart on Friday June 29th by rapidly becoming the number one trending topic on the social media network. See here.
If that wasn’t incredible enough, the Facebook app went on to accumulate 15,055 tweets in just 24 hours and attracted the attention of some of ... Read more
With the recently social gaming app released on Facebook, Bingo Friendzy, it’s apparent again that the egaming sector is again innovating on what we in the agency scene know as ‘emerging platforms’. Bingo Friendzy is a joint venture between Gamesys and Facebook, which was worth noting relatively quiet in its release on Facebook. The game is the first of its kind in that it is the first ... Read more
Hearing Ben Hammersley, the UK Prime Minister’s Ambassador to TechCity; London’s Internet Sector, mock the idea of planning a digital strategy for the future goes against everything I’ve learnt/read/preached/and have been told in my industry. Furthermore, hearing Ben Hammersley intelligently and logically explain why this is so further gripped me. Working in the mobile industry means that ... Read more
At the fourth talk I attended Matt Webb, the CEO of BERG, eloquently spoke about the interconnected nature of products, culture, technology, design, and the experiential aspect that lubricates them all. His talk focused on hardware products, and the affably named Little Printer, within the context of the above. I work within the mobile design and development agency sector, so at times my mind did ... Read more
To provide a little bit more context to attending the Wall Street Journal Tech Cafes, my aim is to write a blogpost one each of the talks I attend, covering a subject matter that particularly resonated with me. Having attended the insightful Salesforce talks this morning, from both Miguel Milano and Madlen Nicolaus, the theme for this blogpost came to me quicker than the first two blogposts. I had ... Read more