|The Chocolate Festival, in Bristol from 30th March|
Whilst we're all still dressed in winter coats, this weekend sees Bristol Fashion Week back at Cribbs Causeway, and with Easter fast approaching get ready for some artist installations and interventions at the Arnolfini and the popular Chocolate Festival to explore if you're heading to Bristol's harbourside.
This week at GWS we've been busy with client meetings, including with KN Office Supplies who sell photocopiers in Bristol and the Alzheimer's research charity BRACE.
We've been updating sites for the water softener company 360 Plumbing, The British Cattle Veterinary Association and have been reading the latest blogs by telecoms provider Welcome Telecom. We've also started new designs for cable marker company Identimark.
Businesses using social media:
|Twitter case studies, via Jeff Bullas|
Tracking the trends and insights on social media platforms could also serve as market research, as socialmedia today suggests, with some helpful pointers on what to look for.
If you're in the mood for some spring cleaning, why not also apply it to your on-line world with the help of this social media spring cleaning checklist, detailing nine points to get your social media marketing on track.
Art, design and technology:
Another bot- the SAM robot designed to climb high, can survey tall buildings whilst the operator stays on solid ground. Perhaps it would be useful at these interestingly designed iceberg buildings in Denmark.
|Lab, the crocheted human skeleton|
One non-digital creative design that caught our eye
this week is a life size knitted model of a human skeleton, complete with organs.
Lastly, how can you make artistic toast in the morning with the help of Google? Just plug the Super Mega Mega Toaster into a computer and it will choose an image to 'print' onto the bread as it's being toasted!
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