Mike's Industry View - Issue #133
AI / Creativity
Walmart unveiled a new “store of the future” and test grounds for emerging technologies, including AI-enabled cameras and interactive displays.
Among the most mind-boggling allegations in Hertz's filed complaint is that Accenture didn't incorporate a responsive design, in which webpages automatically resize to accommodate the visitor's screen size whether they are using a phone, tablet, desktop, or laptop.
Hotels.com’s Ads Urge Non-Influencers On Social Media To Live Their Best Lives — designtaxi.com Watch this new ad from Hotels.com mocking possibly the most common Instagram habit.
"I’ve written in the past about non-traditional players getting into the hospitality space. Some are strong fits, and some come off as a bit contrived."
Adidas’s radical new shoe could change how the world buys sneakers — www.fastcompany.com Futurecraft Loop is an experiment in the circular economy. For Adidas, it could be the beginning of a major shift in how it does business.
It found that people are putting aside both mental and physical health problems to attend work.
While there has been an increased effort to change the perception of mental wellness, negative stereotypes and barriers still exist that keep people from taking time off for mental health.
Twitter shut down Dom Hoffman’s app Vine, giving away the short-form video goldmine to China’s TikTok. Now a year and half since Hoffman announced he’d reimagine the app as V2 then scrapped that name, his follow-up to Vine called Byte has finally sent out the first 100 invites to its closed beta.