We’re a bit like a digital agency, only we don’t actually seriously 100% believe that everything can be solved by a web site and an oddly-shaped online ad.

 

Welcome to the start of what will become regular weekly updates on all the ideas, launches, products and info that have kept us going in the studio as winter firmly sets in.

A Bit Liked

Aherk – A goal setting service by which you blackmail yourself with compromising images. You set your goal and deadline – if you don’t achieve it Aherk will upload said picture to your facebook – thus humiliating you. Genius.

Schemer – ‘You’re looking diabolical’ – so said schemer when we logged in…It’s a site built for discovering what happenings are kicking off in your area, but it’s got quite a neat little interface and if you really like being active and doing stuff it’s useful for making your own  schemer lists.

Indcredible Things – A nice blog for discovering unique bits and bobs. We especially like their focus on Incredible Pinterest Boards.

House Beautiful’s Pinabble Issue – Making it easy to Pin straight from a magazine House Beautiful have created Pinabble content in their issues through an app. Linking the physical to the virtual has become more recognised as one of the most compelling ways to engage people let’s see if this one takes off.

A Bit Learned

 


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We are a Digital Creative Agency. We do things others won’t. We are bold thinkers, who do. We’re especially gifted at Art Direction, Creative Technology, Design, and Production of all things digital - things like Advertising, eDM’s, websites, problem solving, platform & application development (digital solutions to new problems). We can make anything for any purpose, using things like servers, CSS, flash, words, pictures and film. We are a team of real skilled people who prefer to lead from the front, to approach problem solving with a “what could we do attitude.”

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