It’s been nine months since we built our first emoji keyboard. What started as a fun experiment for ourselves has turned into something we’ve been able to help a lot of other brands with as well. We especially like the keyboards we’ve built for Columbia’s Barnard College and the Social Fresh conference: B-moji: iOS/Android Freshmoji: iOS/Android What we’ve […]
Like the rest of Charlotte we have caught Panthers fever. We wanted to do something to help cheer on our team and after our experience with Force Block we knew building a tool for the masses was the best way to celebrate this amazing season. We partnered up with our friends at SOLID and local artist Rich Barret to create […]
As the long-awaited premiere of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens approached last week, I was hit with a harsh reality: I’ve got to leave the internet. Shut down Facebook, avoid news sites, and shun most of my friends for the week, how else can I avoid spoilers? Like many others, I’m attempting to avoid as many details about the […]
Earlier in October, Michael Wolf and his firm Activate published an insanely comprehensive and insightful look at behavior and trends in tech and media, making some interesting projections for 2016. I’m embedding the whole presentation below, or you can download the PDF. Here are my top six takeaways: 1. We spend more time on tech & media than work or sleep. This shouldn’t be shocking […]
Forget policies, track records, alliances, major donors, or what kind of country we want to build for our children. Let’s get down to what really matters in 2016: Hillary Clinton’s campaign website source code.