Mercedes-Benz USA is continuing to mine Instagram in creative ways with a maze-like “Build your own GLA” campaign.
Articles Tagged ‘mobile’
As consumer confidence in mobile grows, so does mobile-originating traffic to retail Web sites. In fact, according to a June 2014 comScore report, fully 60 percent of digital media time spent online by consumers is originating from smartphones and tablets, a figure that has increased 50 percent over 2013.
Toyota Corp. brand Lexus is giving fans a clear sense of its NX and RC lines with “virtual reality” applications.
In the near future, you are likely to see a device identical to the tablet you use at home to browse the Web or watch a video at the cash wrap of your favorite retailer. The phenomenon is not limited to a select group of luxury or consumer tech stores.
Too often, designers and their teams are sprinting to finish a project before a deadline and then iterating quickly on the next version. But good design – especially product design – takes time, and it should not be rushed.
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is commemorating the milestone of reaching 1 million Instagram fans with a week-long user-generated content campaign.
Research has shown that mobile video views have increased a massive 400 percent in the past two years, doubling in the last year alone.
Nearly three out of every four minutes of app usage occurs on one of the individual’s top four apps. But who is to say that all of the other apps downloaded are deemed disposable?
If you find yourself having budget left as we approach the end of the year, congratulations. That feeling can be akin to striking gold.
French leather goods house Hermès’ seasonal digital magazine, Le Monde D’Hermès, has been overtaken by curious creators.