Since we moved in to our lovely new offices at Diespeker Wharf at the end of last year I’ve been taking advantage of our roof terrace - sadly I’m a smoker. Whilst blackening my lungs I started taking photographs (using Instagram) of view down the canal, for no particular reason other than the view being splendid (and a smattering of boredom!).
We've been looking at using barcodes for a small research project. I've haven't been too interested in the whole qr codes that open a web page on your phone thing, as it seems a lot of effort for low value result. But this service proposition from Tesco (in it's South Korean guise) is quite awe inspiring. Say hello to advertising as a service platform.
We’re delighted to join ITV in announcing that we will be working together to define a new (and radically different) news, sport and weather proposition for online and on demand.
We’ve been working with Robin Pembrooke’s online team at ITV since November and have hugely enjoyed collaborating with such an intelligent and committed bunch of people. The news, sport and weather project is a fantastic opportunity to create a truly digitally native news service that plays across broadcast, web, mobile and connected TV.
Made by Many is hiring. We’re looking for a strategically-minded designer (or a design-educated strategist) with experience in networked services and media, someone who’s capable of leading projects and communicating with clients at senior level.
This week's set of presentations are, in keeping with our interview with Tommy McCubbin about Twelevision yesterday, centred on the theme of social TV.
First, Christy Tanner, EVP and GM of TVGuide.com and their mobile app, talks about social TV and how TVGuide is successfully navigating these difficult waters. I found it interesting when she said that the most social shows are not the highest-rated.