The inventors at Breakfast have been busy, and their newest toy is ready for market. The Brooklyn-based agency and product design shop—once described as a team of "hardware hackers"—today is launching a flexible, standalone version of its electromagnetic dot-based billboard. The "Flip-Disc Display System" is a literally titled out-of-the-box approach to kinetic signage, made of modular panels that can recreate images, video, text and more, all fed to it via an accompanying app.
As people around the U.S.—and the world—struggle to process the result of last Tuesday's presidential election, many are wondering what they can do to combat the negative impact that Donald Trump's rise to power is expected to have on a wide range of issues, including civil rights, women's rights and climate change. The founders of Brooklyn product design company Breakfast, for their part, have chosen to do what they do best—design a product.
Two things Cannes Lions attendees often want to know, especially as the festival week grinds on, are where to get a good breakfast and where to recover from a hangover. […]
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Consumers are lovin' McDonald's all-day breakfast, to the tune of surging sales for the brand, but how long can the party last?
It's easy to assume that the fast-food breakfast war begins and ends with its two major contenders: Taco Bell and McDonald's.
Conquering the breakfast market is essential for fast-food brands—sales last year reached $34.5 billion, per research firm Technomic.
If there's one thing McDonald's customers have been begging for it's all-day breakfast. The fast-food giant teased people earlier this year by testing the concept at select locations in California. But now, with those tests almost over, all-day breakfast will roll out nationwide on Oct. 6, according to McDonald's spokeswoman Lisa McComb.
When Andrea Bredau, managing director of talent at Huge, brings in job candidates, she tells them not to wear suits. Take note, newly minted college grads winding down your summer vacations and looking to get a job in digital: You may need some cool, casual gear just to get in the door.