Brazilian creatives from Artplan created a new share button that integrates people’s favorite social networks. It’s called SEDEX Spreadt It. A web application for SEDEX, the leading express delivery service from Brazil.
With just one click people are now able to share content with all their friends at once. A cool way to show off the brand features in the web. Watch the case film or the presentation board for more details.
Advertising Agency: Artplan, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Executive Creative Director: Roberto Vilhena
Creative Directors: Gustavo Tirre, Alessandra Sadock, Hugo Monteiro
Art Directors: Augusto Correia, Luiz Cesar Faria
Copywriter: Henrique Louzada
The finish on my Singer Art Deco writing desk was already rough, but I was plenty bummed when a houseguest left his mark on it by failing to use the provided coaster for his drink. I blame all designers of all mugs, for devising a product that requires another product underneath it to catch the condensation.
One designer I couldn’t blame is North-Carolina-based Tigere Chiriga, whose awesome Floating Mug concept obviates the need for a coaster. Clever, no?
In today’s fast-paced world of internet business, it seems like every Internet entrepreneur is making a profit from web-based products or services. But amongst the vast number of start-up companies, not every new business is an instant success.
It takes something special to surpass the large number of misguided and under-developed ideas that are out there trying to succeed. To be a success today, many entrepreneurs are prioritizing quality and usefulness over monetization and first-year profits. This strategy can pay huge dividends in the end if you can establish your business with quality and reputation first, and worry about monetizing later in the game.
We, together with the generous team from 123RF.com, are giving away a 123RF 30-Day Stock Photo Subscription Pack to not one but THREE lucky winners! This exclusive giveaway will definitely come in handy for all you designers, bloggers and freelancers out there who are constantly on the hunt for creative, impressive and practical stock photos. So, what better way to impress your clients by giving your creative projects THAT extra edge?
Nike announced its new FuelBand technology back in January, an extension to its existing, uber-popular Nike+ mobile app. The Nike+ FuelBand, in a nutshell, is a wristband that tracks and measures every movement you make. It’s also Nike’s attempt to expand its reach beyond the serious runners and keep-fit freaks, and into the realm of everyday activities.
And now two Android apps have been realeased to accompany your FuelBand. Nike+ Basketball and Nike+ Training. These two new additions to Nike’s armory are now live for ‘athletes’ in the US, China, UK, France and Germany, and are designed to work in tandem with Nike+ Running and the Nike+ FuelBand.
The world’s first social streaming media player? If Google’s Nexus Q doesn’t confuse you, it could make your music and movie experience so much…better.
Simple is the intention here: the mysterious black ball is controlled by normal Android smartphones or tablet actions and pumps your playbook through your own audio-video system. Easy as plug’n’play.
It can be impossible to know if you’re dressed properly for the temperature, until you go outside and confirm that, yes, you were the only one silly enough to wear shorts in the unseasonably frigid breeze.
Cloth is a fashion app–a way to share your daily wardrobe over social media–but it’s their latest update that has our attention. They’ve added weather information to your catalog of clothing.
As Designers & Developers, our daily job list seems to grow exponentially, and the amount of things we have to know how to do, does as well! Wouldn’t it be awesome if there were lots of apps out there that can shave minutes, or hours, off of our to-do list by helping us out with a few things? Well that is where this list comes into play. This list is full of helpful & effective tools that make our lives as creatives much easier :) Check out the list!