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

A visit to the Saatchi Gallery - Paper

Last weekend I went to the Saatchi gallery to see their new exhibition. With wide range of work by artists from all over the world, the show features just what is says on the tin - works on paper. 

D-Day As it Happens. Just Launched!

In partnership with Channel4 and production company Windfall, Digit have created a multi-platform experience that retells the D-Day landings in a radically new way.

Interested in joining us?

If you're a Strategist reading this blog, this post is for you! We're looking to expand our small but busy Strategy team here at Digit and so we're on the hunt for talented people to join us. The full job description is below but do get in touch via for more details and if you're interested in meeting us, please send us your CV too. Thanks! 

Sony World Photography Awards

Following Liberate Tate’s annual protest, the debate around corporate sponsors in the arts has been in the news again.  Their activism is channelled towards BP, but the role of the Tate in their campaigning is just as important; the idea of ‘liberating’ the gallery forcing broader questions about sponsorship.  Should the art world ask more questions about where it gets its money from?  If so, whose money is acceptable?

School of Digit - China

 It all started during lunch one day. I was happily eating my homemade food while David, a good friend and colleague of mine, was staring at it and paused for a long time. Finally, it started, “Jing, is it true that in China…?”Hahahahaha!…

Love Is All You Need

Today, a debate emerged in my inbox.I’d sent round a video to the whole office I’d found referenced in an article in the Evening Standard by Gavanndra Hodge. Its genuinely rare that something I read in one of London’s numerous free…