Rewind is our brand experience agency’s weekly installment on the More blog – curated by a different person from around the office to recap our favorite news from the week before. Michelle U. is a junior designer of graphic and motion. She also likes Fruit Gushers, papercraft and K-Pop.
I’ve been on the hunt for the best ramen shop in LA recently, so this yummy new film coming to this year’s NYC Food Film Festival, Living the Ramen Dream, peaked my interest. Directed by Michael McAteer, this film follows a blogger and ramen enthusiast to Tokyo as he fulfills his ramen dreams.
The wonders of Facebook is ever-expanding and so are its users. Amsterdam school, 4e Gymnasium, used Facebook’s Timeline as a tool for social education letting students share their findings for different topics in history, i.e., Magellan’s voyages, fashion history from 1950-present and the Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union. What a great method for getting students interested in their seemingly “boring” school subjects.
Etsy is going pro or at least the site began implementing changes to support successful sellers from outgrowing Etsy – all while remaining a “successful entry point for newbies” and preserving the beliefs of the Etsy community without losing its soul.
YouTube collaborations have always been a great way to gather like-minded creatives to share their talents with the world. Ze Frank and mixer Mr. Norman compiled submissions from 2,601 users into a nicely done crowd crafted music video.
Can “Mr. Sexy Back” bring Myspace back…and do we even want it back? Can a beautifully designed new look bring back to life “the once-mighty social network?” Only time will tell whether the sleek new look will just “spur initial interest” or finally stay put this time.