Category: New Media

Word as Image

Word as Image

Very creative animation of words. Typography matters!

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The Grid: AI Websites That Design Themselves

The Grid: AI Websites That Design Themselves

This revolutionary idea may just change the way web design works forever. Check it out at https://thegrid.io

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Web Design Trends to Watch Out for in 2014

Web Design Trends to Watch Out for in 2014

Like the world of fashion where designs change every season, the web landscape also sheds its old skin and wears a new one periodically. These changes typically occur due to triggers, which could be updated nomenclature, stagnancy or change in overall design trends. Whatever may be the reason for this switch the fact remains that the basic functionality of the […]

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My Beautiful Woman

Nowadays, with the rising influence of social media and internet, companies are no longer relying on traditional media alone to reach out to their customers. Wacoal Thailand, for example, has created a series of short films to sell more bras. These short films do not market Wacoal bras directly but rather try to win over their customers subtly and subconsciously. […]

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Adobe Muse – Web Design Without a Single Line of Code

Adobe Creative Cloud is introducing a new software Adobe Muse that may just revolutionise the way we have been designing websites. The industry tool of choice has been Adobe Dreamweaver for a long time and web designers need to code with CSS and sometimes tweak HTML or javascript codes. With Adobe Muse, Adobe is touting web design without resorting to […]

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Kara: a PS3 new technology

From Wikipedia: On March 7, 2012, Quantic Dream released a short film entitled “Kara”, displaying their new game engine that uses new motion capture technology running on a PlayStation 3. The short, displayed in real time, revolves around a newly constructed Android named Kara (played by Valorie Curry) who presents a dilemma to her operator after discovering the ability to […]

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World Map of Social Networks

World Map of Social Networks

And some people assume that Facebook is being used everywhere. As of this writing, Facebook is being blocked intermittently in several countries including the People’s Republic of China, Iran, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Syria, Vietnam and Bangladesh.

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How Social Media Drives New Business: Six Case Studies

How Social Media Drives New Business: Six Case Studies

There are so many social media campaigns that backfire. Well actually, it’s most of them… People seem to think that putting up a Facebook or Twitter presence would automatically make them part of the social media frenzy, gain fans and drive up sales. Unfortunately, it’s really more effort than that and this article illustrates how 6 businesses use social media […]

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10 Best Social Media Campaigns

10 Best Social Media Campaigns

Social media has been gaining a lot of importance in recent times and everyone has been trying to have their piece of the cake. However, here are a list of social media campaigns that have made the cut. These are some of the campaigns that have stood out since the advent of social media. http://www.techprone.com/10-best-social-media-campaigns/

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The T-Mobile Dance

This is probably the flash mob that started it all. The first flash mob ever was actually created in Manhattan in May 2003, by Bill Wasik, senior editor of Harper’s Magazine. However, I believe flash mob gained much momentum only after this attempt by T-Mobile.

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