My Week at Digit


Having spent the previous week at PSB learning about consumer research, WWP Microfellow Gidoen Jinadu joined us last Monday looking to get his head around another aspect of the communications industry.  It was great (and genuinely helpful) to have such an enthusiastic and bright mind around the place during what turned out to be a fairly busy week for us all at Digit.  Read what he had to say - TB

Happy 30th Channel 4!

The past few weeks have already engendered a huge amount of head-scratching and hand-wringing over what we expect from a public service broadcaster in this country. Over and above informing and entertaining us, it transpires that we hold its moral and…

On seeing technology through new eyes

Digit has had a summer of great interns. We recently hosted English graduate, Harry Wilson for two weeks. These are his thoughts on his experience at our studio. All the best to you, Harry. -- NM Thanks to these couple of weeks with Digit, I’ve…

Digit hosts a Future of the Arts Breakfast

 We hosted another Digit breakfast last week, this time around the role of technology in the future of the arts.  We invited arts writers, agents and digital marketing representatives from some of the country’s most prestigious galleries and,…

On floating above it: #np Channel Orange

 That's a pretty big trunk on my Lincoln town car, ain't it? starts the tenth song on an album that made its way into my life while I was writing my Masters thesis. I was living in a town people often describe as objectively beautiful, but in the depths…

D&AD 2012 New Blood Workshop at Digit

 Following the success of last year's D&AD New Blood workshop, we invited a new group of students to our humble Shoreditch studio to engage in an accelerated creative challenge based on a distinctly British brief. With even less time than…

Digit at Doc Fest

 A few weeks back we spoke at the Sheffield Doc Fest.  We were invited by Channel 4 to take part in their event, Factual Future: How Technology Will Transform Documentary and Factual Programming.We talked about the Technology of Motivation, a Digit…

Technology 2020 and the Nostalgic Future

 'We shape our tools and therefore our tools shape us' -- Marshall McLuhanThe Futures Company's Andrew Curry opened his Technology 2020 briefing this morning with Jurassic Park, John Major at the proverbial podium, and Whitney Houston circa The Bodyguard.…

THE FUTURE OF THE ARTS: A DIGIT & GUARDIAN INITIATIVE

Technology has had a profound effect on how we create, experience and promote The Arts. In addition to allowing us to break social barriers, it has also brought us closer to a democratic curatorship by extending the art gallery, theatre and cinema…

Resistance: Subverting the Camera at The Fine Art Society

 Last week I went to the opening of Resistance: Subverting the Camera at The Fine Art Society.The exhibition included work by a variety of artists, photographers and experimenters all challenging the meaning of photography and cameras in the modern age.…