Thursday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-ArnoldNYC hired RAPP alum Matt Baker as VP, group planning director/director of digital strategy as well as former Atmosphere Proximity senior information architect Jabari Simmons as director of user experience.

-A British judge has reportedly ordered Apple to run ads saying that Samsung did not copy its design for the iPad. link


-Here’s some official word/details on Made Movement’s “Made Collection.” link

-In case you didn’t catch it, here’s Pereira & O’Dell’s ARG “Tap Joint,” which promotes Tom Hanks’s new animated series, Electric City. link

Just like last year, over 600 Digitas and Digitas Health employees headed down to the Henry Street Settlement on Manhattan’s Lower East Side to help renovate its facilities (one image from yesterday’s event above). This year,Digitas donated $600K of what it calls “sweat equity.”

-Seattle-based agency DNA welcomed MEC alum John Lanigan as senior media planner.

-NYC shop Campfire teamed up with USA Network to launch an “online news experience” for the cable channel’s new show, Political Animals. link

-Speaking of online activities, L.A.-based prodco Famous Interactive developed a social game to promote Ice Age: Continental Drift. link

Business Insider has unveiled another slideshow (what it this, Bleacher Report?), this time focusing on the “37 creatives most lusted after by rival agencies.” link