Idea > Nourish > Flourish > Repeat

Opinion 17 October 2014 by Mats
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We live in a time when creativity is under constant threat of blandification. A time when the creatively more demanding ‘Why?’ questions are often brushed under the carpet in favour of their more production-focused cousins, the ‘How?’ questions. Are today’s ideas interrogated enough?

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World MS Day 2014 campaign nominated for a Drum Network Award

News 15 October 2014 by Debz
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We are happy to announce that our World MS Day 2014 campaign has been nominated for a Drum Network Award in the Charity Campaign/Strategy of the Year category.

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A glimpse into the future of smartwear

Inspiration 10 October 2014 by Nora
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Smartwear is undoubtedly the buzzword in the high-tech scene at the moment. But despite a steep growth in the sales of smartwear devices over the last few months, there remains uncertainty around the forms that wearable technology will ultimately take on, its uses, and in which way it will enter our everyday lives.
To get a glimpse into the future of smartwear, I recently attended the UXPA event ‘You wear it well: UX and wearable technology’.

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Why Lego is like a good idea

Opinion 02 October 2014 by Debz
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Remember a time when playing with toys was socially acceptable – when sitting for hours with boxes full of interlocking plastic bricks was an everyday occurrence. This was childhood. And for most of the folks at We Love Digital, childhood is something that has never really left us.

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Off to the 2014 Dadi Awards

News 02 October 2014 by Debz
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Last night was the night. The one we had been waiting for. The Dadi Awards.

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Has digital killed the comma?

Opinion 24 September 2014 by Darren
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Today is Punctuation Day. Apparently. We’re not sure who makes this stuff up, but we’re going to roll with it. Besides, what better day to stand up for that most endangered part of the punctuation family – the neglected, forgotten comma.

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