Rocking Amsterdam since ’82. Nowadays creating concepts, strategies and designs for mobile and web at Resoluut. Loves spinning some pounding 12"s and cycling faster than a bicycle-messenger. Has a jetpack.
Let’s be honest, winter so far has been a bit lame. Luckily Dutch insurance company Centraal Beheer’s newest reminds us how fun a real winter can be. The video was done by Arnout Robbe & Paul Wagemaker at DDB & Tribal Amsterdam.
Every week a Dutch creative gives you three tips to inspire and motivate (upcoming) creatives. Started by Jaer Pollux during his quest for these kind of tips. This week it is featuring our fellow NewWorker Jort.
Since their superheroes flew all over the globe, a lot happened. We at Resoluut decided to bring an ode to the triangle. A tiny bit less humble about our work, still a team of superheroes. We’ve mixed our design projects with our writing aspirations and made it working your mobile screen as well.
The Netherland’s most used weather app Buienradar was ‘hacked’ the evening before and during Queensday. Visitors saw truly severe weather conditions approach their country and all the festivities in it. It was a stunt by insurance company Centraal Beheer, done by Tribal & DDB Amsterdam.
The John F. Kenny Presidential Library & Museum have put some effort into telling the story around the Cuba-crisis.
Lately we’ve seen more examples of immersive interactive storytelling, but this one is raising the bar. Especially the syncing with mobile.
Today is a big day for the boys ‘n girls over at nu.nl. The makers at Makerstreet, in this case respresented by Resoluut & Soda, helped them to recreate their mobile presence. So now you can read the latest news on-the-go or read them later on your iPad and your Windows 8 device. Ofcourse it got an updated look & feel and tons of new features.
Ofcourse we’re all quite used to – or even bored with – the whole parallax thing, these guys know how to serve justice. Is it real? Over the top super sized American style and they even play it responsive.
Here’s a sleak introduction in a new way of creating interactive magazines a.k.a. webzines. Readymag is actually a complete publishing platform that makes it easy to publish your content to everything from tablets to something with a bigger screen.