Category Archives: Social Media

SOCIAL MEDIA + LIFE AFTER DEATH = SEMI LIVING ‘ABOVE THE CLOUD’

I’ve always been interested in how social media users pages still continue to be updated after their death thanks to friends tagging photos, commenting and updating statuses referencing them. Not only does it keep their memories alive, it allows them

SOCIAL MEDIA + LIFE AFTER DEATH = SEMI LIVING ‘ABOVE THE CLOUD’

I’ve always been interested in how social media users pages still continue to be updated after their death thanks to friends tagging photos, commenting and updating statuses referencing them. Not only does it keep their memories alive, it allows them

WEB + INFO GRAPHICS = MAKE YOUR OWN WITH VISUAL.LY

I’ve just been playing around with new data visualisation website Visual.ly , which allows you to make your own infographics with a great deal of web based data. I’ve always loved a good infographic, especially ones that make information a lot

WEB + INFO GRAPHICS = MAKE YOUR OWN WITH VISUAL.LY

I’ve just been playing around with new data visualisation website Visual.ly , which allows you to make your own infographics with a great deal of web based data. I’ve always loved a good infographic, especially ones that make information a lot

COCA COLA + RED GORILLA = VISUALISATION OF ATTITUDES TO BRANDS

There’s a new website to make consumer research a little bit more fun- Brand Toys uses market research data to visualise attitudes towards brands around the world: this red gorilla, for example, represents how Coca-Cola is seen in India. The site was

COCA COLA + RED GORILLA = VISUALISATION OF ATTITUDES TO BRANDS

There’s a new website to make consumer research a little bit more fun- Brand Toys uses market research data to visualise attitudes towards brands around the world: this red gorilla, for example, represents how Coca-Cola is seen in India. The site was

7 BILLION + NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC = ARE YOU A TYPICAL PERSON?

This is incredible, and needs minimal explanation if you watch the simple but extremely clever video created by the National Geographic Magazine to show who the most typical person is in the world. Take a look, and check out the

7 BILLION + NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC = ARE YOU A TYPICAL PERSON?

This is incredible, and needs minimal explanation if you watch the simple but extremely clever video created by the National Geographic Magazine to show who the most typical person is in the world. Take a look, and check out the

UPLOADING + UPDATES =A LIFE ON FACEBOOK

This video is incredible: showing one man’s life through Facebook. From getting drunk, cheating on girlfriends, finding love, marriage, having children and finally logging out for the last time. Really gets you thinking about how much of our lives we

UPLOADING + UPDATES =A LIFE ON FACEBOOK

This video is incredible: showing one man’s life through Facebook. From getting drunk, cheating on girlfriends, finding love, marriage, having children and finally logging out for the last time. Really gets you thinking about how much of our lives we

TIPP-EX + YouTube = INTERACTIVE ADVERTISING

This You-Tube Ad for Tipp-Ex is brilliant, allowing the viewer a custom and interactive experience after being told by the Bear Hunter he “doesn’t want to shoot the Bear” (and Tipp-Exing out the word Shoot in the video title) they

TIPP-EX + YouTube = INTERACTIVE ADVERTISING

This You-Tube Ad for Tipp-Ex is brilliant, allowing the viewer a custom and interactive experience after being told by the Bear Hunter he “doesn’t want to shoot the Bear” (and Tipp-Exing out the word Shoot in the video title) they

FACEBOOK PLACES= PROMOTION OF STALKING?

So Facebook has launched “Facebook Places”- basically copying Foursquare (see earlier post for Foursqaure info). This video disturbs me quite alot, as do the people within it…is social media taking a step too far? Do we really want to be

FACEBOOK PLACES= PROMOTION OF STALKING?

So Facebook has launched “Facebook Places”- basically copying Foursquare (see earlier post for Foursqaure info). This video disturbs me quite alot, as do the people within it…is social media taking a step too far? Do we really want to be