It's still a work in progress, but I wanted to share the previously promised gameplay footage. Being such a simple game, there isn't a great deal to showcase...
After attending the MediaPost Digital Out of Home awards in New York (where we won the best point-of-sale award) I was invited to attend my first Toronto Digital Signage Industry mixer. I wasn't quite sure what to expect but have to admit I was pleasantly surprised and had a great time.
We've been knee deep in Surface development for a number of weeks now and I think we're about ready to share what we've been up to. Being that this was our first venture into Surface development, we wanted to start with something simple and straightforward.
Huge congratulations go out to Teehan+Lax's own Peter Nitsch and Greg Washington for taking home Best Canadian Developer and Best Canadian Designer at the recent FITC awards. We're honoured and privileged to work with such a huge collection of talent - these guys included.
[caption id="attachment_1482" width="579" caption="MediaPost Digital Out-Of-Home Awards"][/caption] Our digital signage work for the TELUS launch of the HTC Diamond is a finalist in the Best Point-of-Sale Campaign category at the 2009 MediaPost Digital Out-Of-Home Awards. We're up against R/GA for their Verizon Retail work and Moxie Interactive for their Blackberry Storm signage, and that's great company to be in.
[caption id="attachment_1459" width="528" caption="T+L Wins Two Effies"][/caption] Our work for the SunChips Solar Launch Campaign won Effies in both the Green and Snacks/Desserts/Confections categories at the 2009 Effie Awards. But we'll have to wait until June 8th to find out the flavour.
Not sure which cellphone is right for you? Fear not, TELUS will help you find your Smart Fit.
I'm doing a presentation on Evidence-based IA and Design in a couple of weeks at this year's meshU event. I attended last year as a non-participant and got a lot out of it.
Talk to anyone in marketing these days and they seem to be saying the same thing, "how can we leverage Twitter". It feels like the early days of Facebook all over again.
Ok, so it's generally our policy not to blog about something that's already gotten exposure on sites like Digg (let alone made it to the top ten), but for this one I'll make a quick exception. Google just added an undo send button to its labs suite (or as TechCrunch calls it, a panic button).