Today we publish the second issue of BootB Rating. And… we have new leader!
This issue (exactly as the previous one) is based only on objective facts: number of wins, number of additionally bought Solutions and number of kept Solutions (you can read more on what they mean in the “BootB (non boring :) training about icons for your Solutions” blog post). As these facts represent the results achieved by BootB Creators, we decided to call it BootB Success Rating.
We understand also all those who are interested in knowing who is the most creative talent on BootB and not only who achieved the best results. So, we are thinking about a different system that we plan to introduce to you later. We are thinking to name it BootB Creativity Rating (but any citizen feels free to suggest a different name like in a real republic!)
So, now we share with you a list!
That’s the time spent on different types of screens by an average american during one day, according to the research done by the Nielsen Company.
Illustration by Jason Lee
TV remains the dominant medium for media consumption and advertising but many people underestimate the amount of time they spent with TV by a substantial amount, about 25 percent on average.
Read the full review on The New York Times
Martin Lindstrom, partner of BootB, interviewes Seth Godin, the bestselling author of “The purple cow”, “Sunday meatball” a.o., about the nature of charity.
Godin gives us something to consider, for instance the fact that a lot of people are allmost proud of not donating anything to charity at all. Another point is that there are numerous individual reasons for people to give away money without considering having anything in return.
Watch full video on Martin Lindstrom’s website!
Today we are going to present you another interview by Visualchemist. This time we’ve asked her to interview Idu Fitrano (BootB Creator hitamata) - a designer from Indonesia who won “CREOM Cosmetics: Brand re-styling” Pitch by CREOM.