Oscars // Ghostbusters Marketing // Science vs. Creativity // Website Design // The 2nd US Presidential Debate

Gruvi Weekly Digest #43 — A weekly catch up on what we found interesting at Gruvi.


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Ben, CEO

Curious about the competition for Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film? Indiewire covers the 85 submissions and the frontrunners. The article also does a good job discussing the politics involved in each country’s pick.

Mirona, Marketing Lead

This week marks the beginning of a collaboration we’re very excited about. Together with Chris Thilk of Movie Marketing Madness we’ll be looking into the marketing campaigns of films, whether they are already released or upcoming, making predictions on their performance or assessing what worked and what hasn’t. This is the first instalment of our collaboration.

Stephen, Innovation Director

Straight out of House of Cards, Alexander Nix, the CEO of data and communications agency Cambridge Analytica, discusses how science can replace creativity.

Franco, Digital Designer

In this article the designer and jury member of FWA (Favourite Website Awards), Lasse Kristensen, makes a list of things to keep in mind when designing great, engaging digital experiences.

Johnny, Lead Developer

As you warm yourself by the blazing heat coming from the dumpster fire that is the 2016 US presidential election, soothe your ears with this duet courtesy of this cycle’s candidates.


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