Five favourites from the week when Madge stacked it

by Danielle Warren on Friday, February 27, 2015 - 15:00 Comments

What a moment, what a week, and what a very short month. In what is set to become the most overused phrase from today, as IF February is almost over already?! Here’s five of our favourites from the week...

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Five favourites from the week we finally discovered who killed Lucy Beale

by Danielle Warren on Friday, February 20, 2015 - 11:29 Comments

We’re back, and boy do we have five wonders of the design, social and digital world to share with you - none of which are related to who may or may not have killed Lucy Beale (come on, we all know who did it). Here’s our five favourites from the week...

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Five favourites from the week when everyone jumped on the Fifty Shades bandwagon

by Danielle Warren on Friday, February 13, 2015 - 11:51 Comments

It’s that time of week again when we pay homage to the sites, memes and digital bundles of joy that have made us smile or guffaw all over the office floor. Introducing, our five favourites from the week…

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Five favourites from the week that brought us 'Left Shark'

by Danielle Warren on Friday, February 6, 2015 - 14:15 Comments

What a difference a week makes. January came to a much-needed end, February brought us sub-zero temperatures and Perez Hilton was evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House. But enough about that, here are five of our favourite things from the week that has been...

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LC:M AW15 or the menswear fashion week reflections

by Ieva Blazeviciute on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 13:56 Comments

As the menswear AW15 season came to an end with the final show in Paris, all the boys headed home on trains and planes without enough leg room, photographers rested sore hands and eyes, bloggers took a break from an #AW15 tag-flooded Instagram and everyone suddenly became very busy catching up on sleep.

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Guardian gets the Tweets, WhatsApp launches on the web and Facebook knows you pretty well...

by Danielle Warren on Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 15:00 Comments

You made it through the most depressing day of the year (Monday 19th January, apparently) and now the Friday finish is here. As a Friday treat, why not grab yourself a beer, sit back, and have a read through a recap of the week in digital.

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Facebook has a facelift, Twitter users unite under #JeSuisCharlie and selfie sticks meet their match

by Danielle Warren on Friday, January 9, 2015 - 11:40 Comments

Congratulations! You’ve made it through the first official working week of 2015, and doesn’t it feel oh so good? But before you start eyeing up the nearest pub to sneak off to, we’ve rounded up the latest news from around the digital and social world for you to mull over. Welcome to 2015...

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A review of the Year In Reviews from around the web

by Yunus Akseki on Tuesday, December 23, 2014 - 12:10 Comments

It’s the time of year when we reflect on ourselves and the year that has been. Brands, keen to take part these conversations, eagerly began releasing their Year In Reviews quite some time ago, in early December. The most compelling stories were by a handful of brands, who created their own narrative, linking their products to their audience. Many other brands joined the conversation and let their audience navigate through data about their products.

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10% of mobile orders are made in store, news in your Face and Gangnam Style breaks YouTube

by Danielle Warren on Friday, December 5, 2014 - 14:16 Comments

10% of Walmart's mobile online orders are made in store

Wallmart CEO Doug McMillon stated in an interview with CNBC that 10% of its mobile online orders are made in store. Shoppers are placing orders on their mobiles if an item is out of stock or if a product is not available on display.

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Create without thinking - the inner workings of Yoshitomo Nara

by Ieva Blazeviciute on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 16:47 Comments

Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara recently held his “largest and most comprehensive exhibition in the UK to date” at The Dairy Centre much to the delight of both Japanese and non-Japanese art lovers eager to catch a glimpse of the famously shy artist. But as Nara hid under his cap in the dimly lit room, it soon became clear that this wasn’t going to be your usual exhibition-opening event.

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