Definitely not the gun show, but the National Restaurant Association’s annual show at McCormick place. This is an add-on you can install on a cooler that plays video directly on top of the glass. It’s VERY neat and really grabs your eye.
From a consumer perspective, this could be totally distracting. But from a marketing perspective, it will definitely draw your eye. I imagine a QT or 7-11 iwth a whole bank of these in a row. Wow.
One of my co-workers asked for our help in coming up with some examples of how to take still images to video. So my coworker Kim and I came up with a quick list. Thought it’d be nice to share with everyone looking to do the same thing.
This is a bit on the old side, but I love the design of this website. Repower America takes dynamic submissions and puts them all in one place. It’s a great way to show a lot of dynamic information at the same time.
In my Tweets this morning, Guy Kawsaki posted this video from Lewish Howes about the top eight ways to use social media. If you ask me there’s only two things you need to do: be interactive and give relevant content. The video’s cool.
Aside from beautiful typography and motion graphics, the future of information is in question in this quick video. Maya Research presents this beautiful video. Stay around at the end to see the other videos in the series or check out their website.
When I think back at the last five years, I cannot say that I have more than three or four notebooks. But Michael Bierut of Pentagram fame has 86. His very successful career definitely hides some nuggets of information. Watch them here on 99 Percent’s website.