In this series of videos shot by Creative England, respected business owners discuss key challenges and issues in the creative sector. Take a peek inside the Matmi studio and hear what Jeff has to say about the physical and digital worlds merging.
Richmond in London becomes the first area to embrace the payments technology. Cafés, restaurants, shops, and a hotel are among the businesses to embrace the eBay-owned company’s mobile technology and offer customers more personal transactions.
Recently I’ve been speaking a lot about the Phygital world and how it will affect us all in ways we could not possibly imagine. Phygital is where the physical and digital worlds combine.
Last week Jeff attended SAScon, one of the UK’s leading Search, Social and Analytics conferences. Despite being a little under the weather (the rumours of ‘Man Flu’ are yet to be confirmed), he delivered a keynote that was hailed by many as the highlight of the whole event! With this in mind, we thought we’d…
PocketWarwick was runner up in the best mobile campaign category. Considering the winner was the campaign by Midnight Oil Creative to sponsor Square Enix new Tomb Raider game, I’d say that is pretty good going for our little digitised Warwick. Just add it to the growing evidence of proof for what Matmi can do for your brand.
In 2010 Matmi were approached by Barrie D’Rozario Murphy to produce five free-to-play online and mobile games for United Airlines, designed so that each game promoted a different flight upgrade option.