Category: digital

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Fuel for Little Gamers

Author: Pablo Marques (@pablo_marques), Creative Director, BBH London & BBH Labs [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqzQWWXW1Y8[/youtube] A few hours ago we introduced Weetakid to the world, together with his arch-enemy, Evil Eater. The game is a playful execution of Weetabix’s brand strategy and a great example of an idea as a direct solution to a clear business challenge. Weetabix’s boxes are making into families’...

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Introducing: BBH Asia-Pacific Data Snapshots

Author: Simon Kemp (@eskimon), Engagement Planner, BBH Asia Pacific & BBH Labs [slideshare id=7556517&doc=digitalmobileandsocialmediainchinaapril2011-110407224156-phpapp01] The digital landscape across Asia-Pacific has seen significant change in recent months, with enthusiasm for social media driving the broader adoption of a wide range of connected services and tools. Although Internet penetration levels remain low in many Asian countries, the sheer size of those countries’...

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Making Digital Work: Voices from Boulder

Boulder Digital Works recently put on a two-day Executive Workshop around the theme of ‘Making Digital Work’. Industry leaders – who on paper are ‘rivals’ – came together for an intensive, collaborative and interactive program around evolving agencies and agency talent in readiness for the emerging landscape (there’s a bunch more detail about the Executive Workshops right here). In this...

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An idealist who wants a realist form of government: the UK election candidate offering digital democracy

Author: Kirsty Saddler, Planning Director, BBH New York (@keava) BBH is strictly non-partisan and typically avoids politics, but is intrigued by an independent candidate standing for Hackney South and Shoreditch this election who has taken mainstream digital behavior and applied it to politics, so offering a new model for voters. Denny de la Haye is no career politician and has...