German automaker Audi’s new mobile advertisement on The Cut features a glittery, pink aesthetic that is unusual for the brand.
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German automaker BMW is joining the instant gratification application world by sponsoring CNN’s daily news updates in the new Discover feature on Snapchat.
British smartphone maker Vertu is helping its consumers stay digitally connected on select devices with a complimentary WiFi subscription.
German automaker Porsche is releasing a new microsite that allows consumers to discover and share routes to drive along in different countries around the world.
Vogue magazine’s It Bag 2015 contest is encouraging readers to vote on their favorite bag of the season on the publication’s mobile-optimized site for an interactive read.
Brokerage house Yacht Partners International is easing the process of chartering, selling, managing and constructing a yacht with the YPI Selection mobile application.
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre is helping owners set their watches’ moonphase complications without a trip to the boutique through a new mobile application.
Parisian fashion label Kenzo is releasing its spring/summer 2015 collection with a campaign that features a futuristic, urban environment and a number of short videos to give consumers an opportunity to see the clothes in motion.
Switzerland’s Zenith Watches has created a tutorial-driven mobile application for Apple and Android devices to help horologists maintain, service and restore timepieces on their own.
NEW YORK – When building a mobile application, it is important for designers and engineers to push each other, according to a Tumblr executive at Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2015 Jan. 15.