Mobile Life is live!

 We are excited to announce the launch of TNS’s annual Mobile Life study (our latest collaboration, integrated into the brand new tnsglobal.com, which we also made.)Drawing on the behaviour, priorities and motivations of 48,000 people across 58…

Me, Myself and I: On Beyoncé and social media strategy

 I've developed a reputation as somewhat of an irrational Beyoncé fan here at Digit. Perhaps because I have a knack for connecting my work as a Strategist to the bronzer-and-stiletto halo (pun intended) that surrounds the Beyoncé…

Mark Ronson's Carbon Life Ballet at the Royal Opera House

 Last night I went to see the latest production from the Royal Ballet, Polyphonia/Sweet Violets/Carbon Life, featuring three separate pieces put together by British choreographers Liam Scarlett, Christopher Wheeldon, and Wayne McGregor. The show…

Why are there people screaming outside?

 This picture was taken from the window of our meeting room at 6 Corbett Place four hours after the concrete you see was awash -- almost beyond recognition -- with young people waving their phones at a group of skaters I could barely make out from…

Welcome back, Little Machines

 'Hack, break, mash up, build. Sometimes failing, ALWAYS learning' writes our CTO, Derrick Holmes about Digit's tech blog, Little Machines.Little Machines features raw posts written in the interest of investigating emerging technologies, and in…

The technology of motivation

 We’ve been thinking a lot about motivation - particularly how we can create more of it. Following on from the gamification trend, a broader bunch of ideas seem to be forming around the technology of motivation. These are creative tech solutions…

Content and Croissants

 Last Friday we hosted one of our Digit Breakfasts, this time posing the question, ‘can interactive content change the way luxury brands do business?’ We were joined by a small but perfectly formed group of luxury experts, including a Savile…

A Decade of Processing @ Adventures in Motion Festival

 Two of our Creative Technologists had the pleasure of attending onedotzero's "A Decade of Processing" film at BFI Southbank this past week, originally shown as part of onedotzero's adventures in motion festival 2011. Here are their thoughts on Processing,…

Introducing City Peaks

 Digit designer, Anna Brooks, has a very slick pair of Nike Air Max trainers. They get their share of everyday wear and tear when she's walking to and from Digit, but like most of us, she barely gets the chance to exercise while she's at work. Until…