Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Breakfast hacks for the kids

Here's a cute little social content idea - We asked ourselves; 'Are our Tip & Sip bowls the ultimate breakfast invention?' We asked Dominic Wilcox a wacky inventor to put it to the test and asked him to create even more fun ways to get the kids to eat their breakfast #BreakfastHacks - with my little troop going back to school today - I reckon the cranehead is the one in my household.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Bank through Twitter

Tweet tweet look at this little birdie how Twitter is been used in India. The ICICI Bank is enabling smartphone users to make money transfers, top up phone credit and monitor their balance all via Twitter. Customers do not have to bank with ICICI, they simply need to follow the bank’s Twitter handle
@icicibank. To make a payment through the service — called icicibankpay — senders create a voucher by sending ICICI bank a direct message containing the recipient’s account name and the amount they wish to transfer. This will create a four digit passcode which the sender then shares with the receiver. The receiver can then use this code to authenticate the payment and receive their funds.

Data Visualization Porn

D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG, and CSS. Found this while surfing the net on a Sunday rainy day, for all the geek heads and designers this is a great library of great content code. Enjoy.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Google Mobile in parts

Still beta phase but here is what Google have been up to regarding developing what they call Project Ara, custom build almost like a lego kit the mobile you want

Cat Memes

Just brilliant- what more can I say

Sounds A Great Idea

As a lover of old school Soul and with my love of vinyl and tech, by the way my record boxes and old school stack system is still out in display in my living room. (My kids still aren't quite sure what it is).So when I came across this idea, I must admit I did break into a bit of a two step across my living room floor. By harnessing conductive printed onto the vinyl cover, when tapped you can play a percussion sound. The ink responds to touch, interrupting a circuit that connects to a sound system. Sounds a great idea.