One for the fashionistas, courtesy of Holler.
Small Studio give themselves a makeoever, including an interesting take on the primary nav.
Rarely does an agency’s email newsletter warrant a mention, but Native’s was a step above the rest, and we welcomed its regular delivery in the inbox. Not so welcome was this week’s edition announcing that Native will be no more.
Wow wow wee waa. New one by Principle Design.
Mmmmmmmmmmm, chocolate. By the green dot peeps at Deloitte Digital.
From molten hot lava to snow covered wolves, an agency transformation is complete, resulting in Wolf.
Evolution 7 have built a site for a client who sounds like they may send us a takedown notice for using an image of their site.
So these new trucks have wireless, and can phone home to Isuzu staff sitting on invisible chairs.
Monkii did the build, mostly by wires. Invisible chairs were not used, as everyone used invisible standing desks.
Over at Sydney’s Pusher:
We’re over the moon to announce we have been appointed digital agency of record for retail sneaker giant, Footlocker, in the Asia Pacific region!
Pusher will be responsible for the evolution of the brand’s loyalty program “The Locker” plus all digital assets including websites, mobile apps, and digital campaigns.
Step inside the studio space of Inlight Media, the second gracious bunch to feature in our new Q&A series.
I first thought this team was getting pretty serious when they upgraded digs to a Docklands office overlooking the water. Unfortunately I went to that office once – the wind from the harbour almost blew me into a tram, narrowly escaping death. Upon hearing they’d moved to a space with 50% less wind-speed, I popped into chat with Pat and Tony.Continue reading
Melbourne’s Hardhat on their latest completed construction.
Melbourne’s Thick, launching a government website that doesn’t feel like a government website. This is a good thing.
Yeah Nice doesn’t want to be a digital only AdNews or B&T, so say goodbye to the stupid ‘wins’ category of posts, and say hello to something I hope you can all appreciate a little more.
When I went knocking on Liquorice‘s door, they were surprised this site wasn’t just a bot taking screenshots of new projects using Mechanical Turk for commentary. After all that was sorted, director Scott thankfully agreed to be the first studio covered in our new series of Q&As.Continue reading
Sydney duo Millet Studio update their site. That’s Millet, not Mullet as initially hoped.
Animal heads on human bodies is a thing. I’ll admit it - greeting you at Yeah Nice HQ is a cheetah with a bow tie and eye-patch.
This news was delivered by Symphonic Pixels’ Instagram.
Just waiting to learn of a new launch via Snapchat and we’ll tip our hats to the $3b valuation.