It’s 2015 and we’re just about to tear down a wall for some more studio space. Space we need to fill up with some more talents. So if you tend to label your self as a Creative, Designer, Producer or UX Lead. Please click “Read more” and continue the reading.
To launch Urbanears’ new Plattan ADV we’ve gathered a flock of pigeons to call the numbers in a game of bingo – by shitting on the headphones.
It might sound crazy, but it actually makes total sense. One of the features of the new Plattan ADV happens to be a washable headband. Something that comes in handy when it gets dirty from hair gel. But also when it’s exposed to urban hazards, such as overloaded pigeons. So to get people talking about the new product and visit their website, we’ve set up a game called pigeon bingo. Check out the full story →
A few weeks ago we ran the first edition of the Oakwood Creatures, the premiere activity in our Research & Development program (of which, but the way, a lot of cool stuff are coming out soon, so keep posted). It was a hands-on full-day workshop that celebrated technology as a major tool for creative expression.
The workshop came out of a desire to get more people curious about technology and over the barrier that electronics and programming are things only nerds can do. I used insights from the prototyping courses we have held at Berghs and Hyper Island, and my experiences from Kids Hack Day (a project that Oakwood supports) to create an activity that involved design, storytelling and logical thinking.
Marshall headphones has extended their range and wanted to better showcase their products online. To make it easier for users to explore it we gave their website a little touch up. At the same time we took the opportunity to give it a more dazzling expression and fine tune the mechanics to make more people click the buy button.
Think of a traditional whisky drinker. We reckon you imagine an old, well-fed man sitting in a Chesterfield armchair with a cigar in his hand. That’s exactly the person we don’t see as the target audience for Jura Whisky. Check out the full story →
Our creative technologist Murilo went to Berlin the other week to bend his imagination around code and music. Read his story and trendspotting from Music Hack Day.
To help Candyking make Easter a bit sweeter for Scandinavian candy lovers we made a digital egg hunt with a game plan stretching over two countries.
To help Universal Music discover new talent in a digital world, we worked closely together to develop a new music distribution platform for unsigned artists. The result is Spinnup – a one-stop shop for artists who want their music online and are looking for a record deal with a major label.