Yes, I designed the three logos for how to shop on Waitrose.com! Only three?!? I was asked for a fourth to represent going in-store, buying your shopping and going home. As this is actual everyday shopping, I decided people didn’t need any help with it… I shit you not.
Entries Tagged as 'online'
September 28th, 2011 · No Comments · design, food, online
July 7th, 2009 · No Comments · beta love, ideas, online, work
Our internal project is finally out of Beta! Introducing Tweet 250 Tweet 250 is an app that uses Twitter (you may have heard of it…) you simply type in a brand, then another, hit ‘GO’ and tiny mice create a chart showing how many mentions those brands got over the last month. Suits and clients [...]
June 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · online, sci-fi
via robcapps on twitter
May 4th, 2009 · No Comments · animation, online, religion, social networking, twitter
Do we all spend too much time Twittering? No…actually, yes. Funny little animated short. Found via Current TV
April 30th, 2009 · No Comments · advertising, copywriting, design, ideas, online, work
Last Tuesday morning I went along to Olympia to join my fellow judges in our inflateble igloo. It was predictable, I guess, that so many of the entries relied on rich video and the entries from Tokyo had seriously big budgets. However, it was good to see work where the idea was king. The kind [...]
April 8th, 2009 · 1 Comment · advertising, environment, film, ideas, online
At the Creative Social last week we were each given a slightly dodgy looking can with some dry soil in the bottom – I did feel a bit of a tramp wandering home through Camden with an old can of cider in my hand, but Bedwood actually looked like one. Next morning I placed it in a sunny spot, [...]
April 18th, 2008 · No Comments · ideas, online, people
I wasn’t sure what to expect before arriving at this unspecial looking Logan Hall in Bloomsbury. Pecha Kucha, meaning chit-chat, was originally invented in Japan to keep long architecture talks to a minimum and make them fun. Each speaker has 20 slides and 20 seconds of talking for each. This time it was the digital [...]
February 28th, 2008 · No Comments · online, sites, social networking
In an echo of Radiohead’s recent album launch there will be no fixed charge for becoming a Conservative supporter on Facebook, Myspace, iVillage or Bebo. Not sure how much you have pay to prove that you’re not a supporter. Worth every penny, though.
January 24th, 2008 · 1 Comment · humiliation, online, telly
In the race for online supremacy the BBC has swapped the internet with Lenny Henry. If you haven’t seen lennyhenry.tv you can check out the handy website. Here Lenny introduces himself and the idea behind the show: Lenny Henry takes some of the the oldest YouTube clips ever and invites his ‘showbiz pals’ Chris Tarrent [...]
November 7th, 2007 · No Comments · online, sites, work
Mod Your Rod Our latest idea for Condom Essential Wear was a long time coming *fnar fnar*, and almost didn’t make it! Originally called P*** My Rod, we partnered with a ‘well known’ music television channel. Unfortunately, its big US boss person pulled the plug on the project. Boooo!After a few more changes (and recording [...]