Our news feeds are becoming more and more populated by media driven content.
Why not introduce a system which allows users to save, store, and later share their favourite pieces of media. I find myself (and others) searching and searching for something amazing they’d seen — then give up soon after, realising it’s now lost amongst the millions of videos circulating Facebook.
Exploring the possibility of including a wallet into the ‘more’ section of FB — doesn’t have to end at collating your favourite videos or memes — you could organise by genre or category, then share your favourites.
D&AD, in my opinion, is the Roles Royce of design events!
The Met Office were fortunate enough to run a fringe event along side D&AD’s New Blood called Design Storm; where students were able to join sessions hosted by industry experts and creative specialists.
Being asked to be included in D&AD’s portfolio surgery was an absolute honour! I seen some unforgettable pieces of work and met some industry hungry students!
Not only were the sessions well structured and informative at Mozfest 2015, but the general vibe and enthusiasm from other creatives left me feeling hugely inspired. I also learnt the basics of how the Fly Through Weather augmented reality application was built (from the Met Office) — which is always a plus for someone working on the design. The staff were great too! Help was on hand whenever needed and with a constant supply of instant coffee, my lust for caffeine was always met. Roll on Mozfest 2016!