With over 500,000 Indian English language learners becoming fans of the official Facebook page of the UK-based Cambridge English Language Assessment, the page launched two years ago, has crossed the magic one million mark now.
You may have heard of the Matmi invasion at the 2011 Big Chip Awards, when we took home a record 5 awards in one evening! Well we are very pleased to announce our return, as The Smiler has been shortlisted for Best Digital Marketing Campaign at this years event.
Established over a century ago, and Liberty London are always ahead of the times with their visual merchandising. Check their current QR Windows in place of the traditional fashion displays.
Really cool article explaining the opportunites available to fashion and lifestyle brands to reach audiences;
Last week Matmi CEO Jeff packed his bags and jetted off to Amsterdam to speak at the prestigious Festival of Games, where industry experts from all across Europe joined forces to share their knowledge and expertise.
Madmatigan and Willow get touchy feely with PocketWarwick
Join in the fun and download the app now – http://www.pocketwarwick.com/app/
We’re not ashamed to admit that The Smiler game has already made us matmians pretty happy – with its fantastic augmented reality features it’s a piece of work we are really proud of, and now we are delighted to announce that the game has been short listed as Prolific North’s app of the year.
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.
It looks like way back in February we missed Monster Pinball HD coming over for Windows Phone–consider this our makeup. The game is normally found on iOS and Android hardware, but it recently made a transition over to Windows Phone. Going for $2.49 with no free trial, the game is by no means cheap but it’s pretty decent for what it is.
Here at Matmi we don’t like to let our fantastic work be forgotten, so lets take a look back at the digital campaign we produced for Vimto in 2007.
Vimto appointed Matmi to design & deliver the digital elements of its brand strategy. The objectives were:
To create new teen-oriented site with interactive and viral content,
To create a social networking strategy to change the perception of the brand in the under 30’s age group.