WE’VE DONE THE DIRTY WORK FOR YOU, SCOURING THE WEB FOR OUR FAVORITE FINDS OF THE WEEK. HERE’S OUR QUICK ROUNDUP OF THE MOST IMPORTANT, INTERESTING AND INSPIRING THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE DIGITAL WORLD, COURTESY OF YOUR GDD INTERACTIVE TEAM.
Snapchat launches sponsored geofilter stickers, creating an inlet for brands to be featured in a playful way to the social platform’s nearly 100 million daily active users. (Marketing Land) – Stephanie Bursa, Senior Director of Digital Media
The VR headset, Oculus Rift, was shown at E3 and is set to come out early next year. This could lead to a new way we socially interact online. (The Verge) – Kyle Jordan, Senior Developer
Hate paying for ads your customers may never see? Twitter has you covered with a 100% viewability promise. (AdWeek) – Gina Tagliarino, Senior Copywriter
Things just got real with Google trend data. Why? Now it’s in real-time. (MediaPost) – Lauren Geary, Account Director
Twitter’s super secret new plan, Project Lightening, may just change the way you experience live events. (Mashable) – Kylie Paul, Social Media Manager
Facebook’s facial recognition searches your pics and finds your friends, allowing 1-touch sharing with them. (TechCrunch) – Daniel Loehr, Lead Paid Search Specialist
Designers don’t just use a willy-nilly approach — there’s actually a foundation of thinking behind button design. (Tuts+) – Mallory Ming, Art Director