Posts Tagged ‘mobile’

I guess if you’re the world’s first, it’s kinda cool. I guess.


Damn this is a cool idea. It uses QR codes in print to communicate in a way that I’ve never seen done before. What a great understanding of how the technology can be used – not just for technology sake – but for connecting with an audience on a deeper, more information and emotional level. […]


Mobile apps are about one of two things: Entertainment or utility. And man does this “Cue the Cab” app for Jose Cuervo by Crispin Porter + Bogusky hit the utility mark. Basically, you press a button and the app calls the closest cab in the area for you. No more hunting online for cab phone […]


I am rarely impressed by iPhone apps, but this one, the Neuvo Watch iPhone app, is true genius. It lets you get an idea what the watch will look like on your wrist before they buy it. It’s one of those “I wish I had thought of that” ideas that make me kick myself for not coming up with […]


Or maybe I’m crying so hard I’m laughing. I can’t tell. It’s the websites of the Digital Agencies of the Future – as seen on an iPhone. I guess most agencies don’t consider mobile as digital. Or most just really don’t know what the hell they’re doing.


Or at least thousands. Mark Skwarek is working on an augmented reality app that lets you see any BP logo as a giant spouting oil leak. Via.


There are 400 billion trillion iPhone apps out there. It’s a fact. Look it up. So it’s rare you find an original one. But check out PinPointsX – the app that lets you find people close by when you need a no-strings-attached hookup. Basically, you fill out a standard profile and PinPointsX will tell you […]