Six animated shorts, a team-based mobile game and a good old-fashioned Flash platformer. We’ve got our heads down until Spring and here’s a quick look at the highlights. How Bauhaus is your house? Our series of Design-themed shorts for Open University willl see Bene hitting After Effects hard for the next 6 weeks. We’ll be
So we survived the flag-waving, the floods and the disappointment of HTML 5! Hello 2013. This year will see some big changes at Thought Den, not least the long-awaited launch of a new website and our first self-published game. The following is a short look forward to a fun-packed year. 3 Trends for Twenty Thirteen Some
In May this year we released Magic Tate Ball, which clocked up over 100,000 downloads in a surprisingly short time for an art app. Backs were slapped and highs were fived; we were happy, our client Tate were happy, and Catherine Tate was happy, but completely uninvolved. Come October and we were still pootling along
Our latest app for Tate is finally out! For all the lowdown, skivvy, details and download links go here: MAGIC TATE BALL Making of, interviews, concept sketches and much more to come. Watch this space!
The Webby Awards are a leading international award honouring excellence on the Internet. With over 10,000 entrants from all 50 states of the US and 60 other countries besides, the 2012 awards has had a record number of attendance for categories in Websites, Interactive Advertising & Media, Online Film & Video and Mobile & Apps. The
We’d like to kick 2012 off with our nearest and dearest in true Thought Den style. Come and trash the new studio with us! (It’s actually quite nice, don’t trash it please) So our new home is still Stokes Croft, this time right on the main drag, pretty much opposite Pie Minister. What more could
Back in the good ol days (2009) our mates and collaborators down at Mobile Pie decided to rate the usual spots they hit for lunch, and compiled them into a lovely graph. In 2010, they did it again. So enamoured were we with their Lunchometer that we bought them the web address as a present…