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Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of November 4th brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Ideas
Netflix vs. Amazon: There are some significant differences in how the two companies discover, develop and distribute their content.

The McDonald’s Theory: Easy tricks to jumpstart the brainstorm process.

The Spectacle of the “Internet” and Labor’s Dispossession: We are left to speculate on what repercussions continued rapid digitalization will have on the economy, specifically the closely guarded class of white-collar information service workers.

This Brilliant Visualization Could Build A Better Reddit: Reddit is the front page of the internet but this handy tool can take you straight to page 52.

Products
SnazzyMaps: A repository of different color schemes for Google Maps aimed towards web designers and developers.

Quirky + GE: What happens when a Fortune 500-ranked, 120-year-old company like GE partners with a four-year-old startup like Quirky? Today, six months after announcing a partnership, the companies launched their first co-branded products.

Visuals
Ender’s Game UI: Ash Thorp, motion graphic extraordinaire, releases his work on Ender’s Game as the on screen UI lead.

Hyperfeel: The latest Field.io project commissioned by Nike for the launch of the Hyperfeel shoe. Over the course of two months, Field.io developed a series of four videos, each driven by hand-animated human motion and visually generated by a system which encapsulates four different terrains, or textures.


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