Reading Time: 3 minutes A new day; a new generation! Generation Y (in South Africa demarcated as born between 1982 and 1994) is not exactly known for an extensive attention span or great brand loyalty. This group however makes up a major part of the workforce, contributing to the economy today. Social media and lots of quick, visual and […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute As part of their interviews in the latest NICE Magazine, we asked our contributors what the best thing they’ve seen on the net was. Kirstin Uken turned us onto this neat little Twitter account called Sketch Dailies (@Sketch_Dailies). According to their website, “Sketch Dailies is an international community of artists who create work based on a […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Happy Monday, everyone! It’s our last working day of 2014, and it’s about that time when all the big networks release their 2014 recap content. From silly to cheesy to thought-provoking, we love ’em all. Here are a few favourites! Facebook: Predictably cheesy and #inspirational, in a lovable sort of way. Twitter: Twitter built a […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Our new best friends at Cerebra just published a very interesting paper on the blurred lines (hey, hey, hey!) between a company brand and the personal brands of said company’s employees. In the age of information, consciously or not, every person with any kind of social media presence has put time into curating a […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Aaron Wood created this cool series of propoganda posters inspired by social media.
Reading Time: < 1 minute How to generate hype and sell cars using social media and music… Volkswagen – Fox no Planeta Terra – Twitter Zoom – English from AlmapBBDO Internet on Vimeo.
Reading Time: < 1 minute A truly amazing iPad application that collates the content on your twitter feed to create simple magazines that you can curate and share. TweetMag for iPad from Teehan+Lax on Vimeo.
Reading Time: < 1 minute . Vintage posters of current technology. via: impress on me
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