Rants and raves on design, digital, marketing and culture news from inside our walls and beyond.

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Birmingham’s iconic Bullring, indulgent Grand Central and innovative Link Street come together under Hammerson’s The Bullring Estate which dazzled at this year’s Revo conference in Liverpool.

We developed a fully immersive experience in HoloLens (more info below) which showcased key features and highlighted ease of connectivity as well as it’s world-class brands.

Big developments deserve big impact. We printed the largest brochure on the day complete with 40l dry bag sparking the tweet from Property Week ‘Print is very much alive’ and we agree.


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As competition increases and brand loyalty decreases, it’s becoming ever-more difficult to make your brand stand out from the crowd. Find out how destination marketing can help...

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How Apple will make AR useful

Written by Jason Anderson

Tags: Apps AR

 

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Apple's new hardware and software seem to be key in pushing Augmented Reality away from a fringe gimmick into a mass-audience real-world platform with multiple uses. Get a brief taste of what the augmented future could be like...

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Sculpture in the City is back for its 7th year running, filling the square mile with colour and culture. We had a chat with exhibitor and visual artist Kevin Killen about sparks and light bulb moments...

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Painting the City Green

Written by Susanna Leigh

Tags: City

 

The last few years have seen a blossoming fascination with eco-friendly homes and their roles within our urban fabric. With so many incredible advances in sustainable strategies and the daunting confrontation of our human footprint, so-called 'eco-homes' are cropping up with a strong momentum and following...

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In the recent film about iconic actor Marlon Brando, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’, there is a short sequence in which he talks about standing out from the crowd by being authentic and going beyond the cliché. It’s about his approach to the craft of acting but his words can be read as an analogy for any form of communication...

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