I got an invitation today to try out wunderkit and after 15 minutes of clicking around I have to say it’s so f*cking sad I don’t even know. This is in no way innovative nor easy to use. It’s simply a mixed mess of twitter meets basecamp meets things meets evernote meets wooden walls 2.0.
Ok, Christmas is over but maybe one of your friends has his/her birthday, or, you just want to get this for yourself. QR Codes might be all the rage (or not) for advertising and marketing in your country but here is something special for geeks: the QR Code Space Invaders t-shirt, available at threadless.
Google’s got a creative and tricky search result once again. After “tilt” or “do a barrel roll” it’s now “let it snow”. People who aren’t celebrating christmas can type in “hannukah”. Google started with those tricks some time ago but since new web technologies emerged and still continue to do so they not only pimp… Continue reading Let It Snow, Google
After countless hours of development everybody is happy when pushing a website or application live. What people usually forget is to a create meaning-, helpful or at least creative “404 Error Not Found” page. This is not something developers often pay attention to but should. Most sites have a banal message like “Not found” and… Continue reading 20 Creative 404 Error “Not Found” Page Examples
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qqDy5BmYKE Twitter on Thursday introduced a new look for Twitter.com and TweetDeck that it hopes will simplify the user experience. One major difference on the homepage is that tweets appear on the right side and take up less real estate than they used to. What you can see from the video the redesign looks really… Continue reading Twitter’s Redesign Looks Nice
Once in a while everybody working for clients on the web needs to create an e-mail newsletter and we all know how cumbersome, terrifying and time-consuming this task is. Not anymore!…well, at least you get a head start with this free e-mail html boilerplate. It’s a good basis and a template of sorts that will… Continue reading E-Mail Newsletter HTML Boilerplate Makes Development Easier
I just tweeted this with my private twitter account @nadr: I’m shocked about a helicopter from liberty tours crashing into a plane, then falling into Hudson river. First of all it is always a tragedy when people get killed, secondly it’s completely absurd I got this twitter reply one minute later. What will twitter do… Continue reading Twitter Spam Is Rarely Targeted, Sometimes Just Absurd
A little more than a year has passed since Apple opened the doors to it’s AppStore back in July 2008, and the amount of love and hate alike in blogs all around the internet is showing the huge impact it had on the mobile applications market. After jailbreakers invented the process of providing additional software… Continue reading The iPhone AppStore Disaster – Why Developing Your Company’s App For It Is As Safe As Betting On Horses
While this keyboard design concept by Ignacio Pilotto would be hard to use for untrained typists it shows the power of brands when replacing the letters to which the brand logos correspond. The repetition of logos used by the advertising psychology causes us to systematically recognize the brands, getting us to recognize the logos rather… Continue reading Brand Keyboard For The Infected
Ok, this has nothing to do with brands, marketing or advertising but it would still be a great viral if it were from an agency promoting a music product. A little bit of masochism is needed to actually do this: Daito Manabe uses electricity to power his face make his face vibrate synchronously to electronic… Continue reading Electric Face Disco