With a free-to-download app that was launched on June 25, Creative Cape Town (a programme of the Cape Town Partnership) has set out to virtually map the local creative industries in the Mother City. Only a week after launching, the app is already filled with creative businesses and […]
During their brief stay in the Mother City, Megan and Mike Gilger were so inspired that they collaborated with Over to create an app celebrating Cape Town.
Startup mobile gaming company, Thoopid, has recently launched the trailer for their first offering; a world-class, graphic-rich game starring the cheeky garden mollusc, Snailboy.
Some statistics for the South African mobile market made pretty by Prezence.
A mobile campaign for Good Hope FM by 140 BBDO: Listeners were encouraged to connect with their mates and start a band – by giving them separate parts of a song to download on their phones (vocals, drums, guitar or bass).
YAL recently asked 50 revealing questions and received 138 954 answers which were put together to create these stats. Not only are the results of the survey interesting and insightful, but they are beautifully designed.
After a lot of mixed bag comments on Twitter and here on 10and5 on the new Cell C print ad, a consumer created the above video.
South African music doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, despite a wealth of local talent. This will now change, thanks to Cell C’s new PhotoCode application, which will help put the spotlight on the country’s hottest bands. PhotoCode is a unique spin on new generation barcode technology that allows […]
Over the weekend Red Bull had an awesome activation event for the new Red Bull Street Style campaign currently running across South Africa. The event featured some of the top freestyle footballers in the Cape Town area. Red Bull have taken a very interesting approach with this new Street Style […]
Check the microsite campaign for Nokia called My N97 Homescreen. The site allows users to register via Facebook, customize the homescreen for the Nokia and then also share and distribute that homescreen via social networks. Anyone know WhoDunnit?