CTO Jason Alan Snyder writes on Adweek that "It's time for agencies to ask a hard question: If corporate R&D works, why aren't agencies doing it on a meaningful scale?"
From today, Domino's customers will no longer be greeted with a pizza delivery person when they order a pizza from the chain, instead they’ll be met by the autonomous delivery vehicle.
Domino’s said the vehicle, which is able to carry 400% more pizzas thanks to being driverless, will track customers orders by GPS and Domi-No-Driver’s H.U.N.G.A.R. system (Hunger Detection And Ranging) will detect any obstacles en-route, ensuring maximum safety for road users.
Jason Alan Snyder leads our Creative Technology and Integrated Production teams for North America. He's also an inventor with numerous patents to his name. Most recently his EMRG solar powered flashlight is garnering lots of attention from the tech world and design awards shows. And with good reason!
The Internationalist have released their annual list of Agency Innovators and our CMO Luke D'Arcy is proud to be one of the 31 honorees.
Target has been taking advantage of Instagram and innovating new ways for people to purchase products. Keith Katona, our director of shopper marketing, takes a look at why Target's strategy is working and what other brands can learn from Target's success.
FastCompany Design visited The Bentley Studio in New York to see what it's like to fully customize one of the world's most beautiful automobiles.
We sent two of our Rising Stars, Nicole Conoyer (St. Louis) and Stephanie Mulvaney (Chicago), to the 4A's annual Transformation conference. There they experienced the Startup Showdown, a fast-paced battle royale of young startups looking to share what they do with this larger, more established advertising audience. Nicole and Stephanie spoke with three of the stars of the Showdown to find out what drives their success.