The knitbot is fitted with a chip that responds to mentions of #jumpers4des. The more mentions - the more jumpers. Once Knitbot’s finished, fans can visit the Budweiser Facebook page for the chance to win a piece of its handiwork.
Swissted is an ongoing project by graphic designer mike joyce. Drawing from his love of punk rock and swiss modernism, two movements that have (almost) nothing to do with one another, mike has redesigned vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into international typographic style posters.
Foot Locker just created one of the greatest sports commercials of all time. The “Week of Greatness” campaign featuring several athletes and other sports icons, is one of the best sports retailer spots I have seen in a while.
“Should I go Hybrid or Native?” It’s a question that’s being asked more and more frequently by both experienced and inexperienced mobile developers. What’s decided will have a significant effect on your budgets, capabilities, and the overall reach of your mobile applications.
This great whitepaper provides direction before deciding on a path forward. Proper education and a better understanding of what to anticipate before acting will help ensure your mobile strategy is properly aligned with your overall business objectives.
Wonder is what SAT prep should look like. Studying for the SAT is normally just plain boring. Wonder changes that. It makes SAT prep effortless and enjoyable using game-based learning, addictive mechanics, and cutting edge personalization algorithms.
Let the festivus begin! Coca-Cola has unveiled a microsite that lets you generate your own ugly Christmas sweater—as a final touch to complete the year-end holidays. The ‘Coke Zero Ugly Sweater Generator’ lets users mix and match colors, graphics and patterns to make their very own tacky winter wear.
Users can choose from Christmas trees and Santa’s head, to reindeer, sleighs and turkey. The 100 most-voted-for sweaters would be actually handcrafted and sent to their creators—just in time for Christmas.
When visiting the site, you join the clock at whatever the local time is. You can then check out different times of day and different scenes, all set to the sounds of Happy, which continues playing seamlessly throughout. Shot in different settings around the world, the footage features people dancing to the track: Pharrell pops up on the hour every hour, and there are cameos from other famous folks including Tyler, The Creator, Magic Johnson and Jamie Foxx.
The website allows you to share specific moments with friends via Facebook or Twitter. This is a useful feature as, let's face it, not even the most ardent Pharrell fan are likely to watch the full 24 hours -- at least not while still liking the song.