This is pretty cool. Using an augmented reality setup, it allowed people to see themselves next to the content, which was broadcast quality 3D scenes of leopars, astronaut, dolphin, storms and dinosaurs. It was followed by the social sharing of videos and pictures via Facebook.
The folks behind Brief Buddy kindly provided me a promo copy of their iOS app (which runs on iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch). First off, this app will not help you write the creative brief. But as a tool for creative professionals gives you a handy platform for referencing the 20 most common tactics to get to the […]
The advertising experience on personal devices, such as the iPad or mobile devices in general, has been a pathetic regurgitation of the same banner crap that exists on the web today. Apple attempted to change the game with iAd and bring a personalized, interactive advertising environment to their devices, but adoption has been slow. It […]
Corporate 3 Design, my “day job,” is has an opening for a web developer. If you are looking for a new challenge, and feel the Midwest is an ideal location for you, take a look at the description and submit your resume: Corporate 3 Design: Web Developer Thanks. Now back to our usual content.
David and I often chat about digital workflows we have in place that allows us to get our work done. In my day job, I help run Corporate 3 Design, a nine person brand/print/web shop (we work with agencies as well, so if you need a vendor, give us a shout). We tend to operate […]
By request, this is a cross post from my personal blog. Source is linked at the end of the post. Help, my MacBook has been iOSified. 36 hours since installing Lion, here are my quick thoughts. 1. Installed without incident on my MacBookPro, my wife’s MacBook and our MacMini. I grabbed the installer image to […]
Savvy stuff from Google with their latest TV spot for Chrome, Dear Sophie. I think it actually fails a bit in getting the message of Chrome across, with the entire focus taking place within in Gmail. But it also reinforces just how pervasive – like it or not – that Google has become in our […]
Due to a rather deep hacking incident this past Thursday, we were forced to suspend new content over the weekend and hasten our migration from Movable Type to WordPress. I’ve fended off several hacking attempts in the past on AdPulp.com, but this one was particularly deep. I have a near-OCD when it comes to data […]
Editor’s Note: Here’s more information from the Razorfish report mentioned last night on AdPulp (Looks like Brian Morrissey got the report before we did). The 2009 Razorfish FEED Report is out. FEED is a snapshot of the state of connected consumers and how digital branding influences their purchasing habits. Among the points in the 2009 […]