Razorfish is behind a JC Penney touch screen experience aimed at back-to-school shoppers. The above demo shows how a mall visitor can interact with male or female models, as well as browse by styles or specific brands. The screen interface makes heavy use of interactive video, for instance by allowing kids to make the models turn to show various views. Razorfish’s Chicago, Austin and Atlanta offices worked together on the project.
YouTube is said to be preparing new non-video features that will allow content creators to interact with their viewers through photos, text posts, links and polls.
Few digital terms are as dirty as clickbait. It's the scourge of the web, and Facebook recently announced a News Feed update aimed at reducing the prevalence of clickbait headlines on its service.
The website of National Public Radio (NPR), npr.org, receives upwards of 30 million unique visitors each month, but as of next Tuesday, ... read more