Our current new social network obsession is Vine. We’re looking forward to the day when it becomes available to the greater smartphone community, but in the meantime, here’s a Lego, logo experiment that we produced. Sent from our iPhone:
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This became a local, internet cult classic. Because: Team Best.
Last night saw the celebrations of the annual South African PR industry (PRISA) awards – the Prisms. Agencies, brands and PR consultants alike, shared in the festivities at the Sandton Hilton as 2012/2013 PR campaigns were rewarded for their excellence.
Today, we are proud to launch the latest version of our website. It’s been a while since the launch of version one – almost three years in fact – and it is definitely time for a change.
Vine is our favourite new social network. From the same guys who brought us Twitter, Vine is the iPhone only (currently) app that allows you to capture 6s video with a similar interface to Instagram, but sans filters.
Retroviral was launched in 2010 as a digital communications agency comprising individuals who understand both strategies imperative to support brand business objectives, and the tech required to make the web work for these clients.
It’s been an incredible adventure, and we couldn’t have done it without our awesome team, friends / clients, suppliers and entrepreneurial supporters who have donated office space, learnings, and your invaluable time. You have encouraged our startup toddler to transform from crawl to walk mode and for this we are eternally grateful.
We are proud to announce that we made it 4/4 last night at SA’s PRISA PRISM Awards, scooping two Gold, a silver and a bronze award for campaigns we worked on 2011.
Facebook loves changes and lately we have experienced some issues when we have wanted to embed videos into our own, or our clients’ Facebook pages. We paste the link but it does not convert itself to a link + thumbnail of the video.
We had an awesome 2011 and the privilege of working with some of the most amazing brands, who gave us the freedom to make some pioneering steps in the online space. Below is a story of our 2011 journey. We hope you enjoy it and make it go viral