(Digital) Retail trends 2015

The trends all focus mainly on how digital is offering new opportunities, but that doesn’t make it any less interesting.

(H/T Planning Tools and Hacks)

As always there is a lot of good stuff in Cannes. I’m not gonna post Grand Prixs, because every one has seen those (I assume..). But here are three other winners that I really like.

Killing Kennedy

It may seem a little flat, but what makes it a winner to me is the flawless design and what seems like a very smooth flow. A very nice experience – and educational!

 

 

The new creatives

This just looks too fucking cool. That’s it. (This is not the Cannes case, but still a nice video – check out the Cannes video here)

 

 

Racer – A Google Chrome experiment
I’ll include this because I love Google Chrome experiments. And it looks like fun.

 

 

3 digital Cannes winners

Press play and watch it in full screen.

Trace – Kijek/Adamski from Strange Beast on Vimeo.

(H/T The Curious Brain)

Trace – stop-frame slickness

Well, here’s a pretty awesome project. The social effort scale. It helps you determine if you (or you’re friends) are trying too hard to be social (online that is). Kudos for the very thorough and well-executed project!

Test your own numbers

(H/T adsoftheworld)

Axe – Social effort scale

The worlds most innovative companies 2014 is not only an interesting read, it is also a reminder of just how god damn beautiful the design of fastcompany.com is.

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Check out the full list

Fast Company is beautiful and interesting

I gotta say I’m a big fan of Google Streetview. Especially when they do things like mapping a small deserted island. It’s that Japanese one that was the worlds most densely populated area, but now is the loneliest place on earth (-ish). Bonus info: it was used in Skyfall. Very cool project.

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street-view-routes-paths

Read more about the project on weburbanist

Streetview when it’s best