We often find ourselves crowded around one of our smartphones to see the latest app that's someone discovered and become obsessed by. Not content with putting our own productivity under threat, each month we'll be sharing a few of our favourite finds for you to try for yourselves.
I recently had the pleasure of returning to judge the Digital & Mobile category at the Cristal Festival in Courchevel, France. As an advertising awards show it's different in a couple of ways. The first is the location: not the sticky sweat of Cannes, but rather the fresh air of the snowy Alps.
Exciting news! We've been appointed to lead the social media activity for Honda Motor Europe. Find out more at http://t.co/Lo0A8jeEuG
As mentioned in our post on Why Social Tools Aren't Just for Christmas, at Lost Boys we are tool agnostic. We firmly believe in working with clients to identify their needs and gaps, before undertaking a tool audit and pitch process to find their ideal solution.
Our Head of Social Operations, Darcie Tanner, explains the real value of social tools. There is a perception that social tools, like Hootsuite, Sprinklr and Percolate, are just something that is nice to have. They should be free, they are only relevant for large corporations or they are too complex for the service they provide.
Our Managing Director Nadya Powell is #10 in The Drum’s inaugural Social Buzz Top 50! Read more at http://t.co/vE7FKdJFgt
Our Social Strategist Emily Puddephatt takes a look at Twitch and the world of online gaming. Headline grabbing statistics might suggest that more people than ever are gamers these days, but for many people gaming based video and live-streaming service Twitch is either an unknown or an unfathomable peculiarity.
If you haven't heard of Yo by now, you'll have had to of been living under a rock for the past few months. One of the simplest smartphone apps around, Yo lets users send a 'Yo' notification to their friends at the tap of their names. And that's about it.
Some of the team have arrived at our client The Glenlivet to learn more about its craft.
A sprinkling of Sim Sala BimFirst we observe, then we invent. The recipe is different every time. Because our work reflects the enormous variety of people who inspire it.
It takes a very long time to become youngWe’re a surprising bunch. Different backgrounds. Different skills. But we all believe in the wisdom of youth. And that every day we can create something new.
Tobias Moellenbach Senior Producer
Karen Morris Senior Account Director
Luke Crawford Art Director
Aisling Thornton Senior Community Manager
Sarah Oliver Account Director
Cirine Drira Senior Social Executive
Emily Puddephatt Social Strategist
Emma Ahlqvist Illustrator
Gareth Olyott Senior Account Manager
Gemma Butler Creative Director
Greg Peyton Project Manager
Iain McDonald Senior Designer
James Bradley Junior Designer
Jasmin Griffiths Senior Social Strategist
Jenny Hughes Creative Copywriter
Jonathan Lyon Director of Strategic Insight
Nikki Godley Creative Producer
Kyson East Producer
Tom Quayle Designer
Tony Wright Social Strategist
You’re not from around these parts, are you?You need a guide with some local knowledge. A bit of patois. A knack for diplomacy. And rugged good looks. You know who to call.