- Active Mobs
- Past Mobs
- Stroller Tales
- Cooking and Dining in India
- Coffee Customs
- Innovative Brick & Mortar
- Instant Inspiration
- Instant Gratification
- And the Kitchen Sink.
- Car Hacks.
- Childhood Memories
- Getting to Green
- Inspired to Move
- MCBW inspires
- Mobile Health
- Parking Payment
- Phone Forms
- Redefining Luxury
- Show us your Pantries!
- The Touchscreen Generation
- Urban Experience Components
In a fast paced society, it is often desirable to seek something new, modern and convenient. With this comes the reality that we tend to throw things away in order to update to a new product, whether it is physical or digital. We want to know how you might define the modern heirloom – something that lasts a long time, something you inherit, something you hand down or something that carries a story that you want to share for generations.
What products, services or experiences represent this idea of legacy to you?
Perhaps it's something you've used personally or maybe you've only seen somewhere. Either way, capture it in a picture and tell us why it could be classified as something that leaves a legacy.
How do you protect or improve your health, fitness or general wellbeing? Are there any routines, activities, secret recipes, gadgets or other resources (books, apps and websites) you find helpful? Please share a photo and short description that speak to the things you do to protect or improve your health
We are seeking photos/thoughts that express your existing and ideal kitchen sink. What does the faucet, counter and basin in your kitchen mean to you? What does it represent? Do you love your sink, why? What do you hate about it? What pain points do you experience? What do you wish it could do?
Please share examples of your existing and ideal kitchen sink, including the faucet, counter and basin. Give us a sense of what your sink means to you, the pain points you experience, and ideal technologies or attributes.
Areas you might want to consider…
How and where do prepare drinks at work? We’re seeking pictures of the best and the worst of office drinks culture around the globe! Coffee, cocoa, iced and hot drinks, espresso machines, tea kettles... it’s all game!
Send us photos of client pantries, friend’s office kitchens, great and awful moments in what it means to get a drink at work. Is it an oasis or a pitstop?
Take it a step further: What are the things you’d like to see in your office kitchen, if money and practicality weren’t a factor?
The basic frogMob rules: Don’t post images you find online. Please only post your own images, sketches etc.!
Today's children are digital natives who spend an increasing amount of time with digital technologies, - touch devices in particular. They look competent, deliberate, they seem to use the devices we give them in a more natural way than adults do. Some parents comply, others react to that.
How do your kids interact with touch devices? And how you parents feel about that?
Share with us any example of kids (under 10 y.o.) interacting with touchscreens. And tell us what is your role -as parents or family members- in that.
Please upload original pictures and a brief story. Always try to tell us: where the kids are, when it is happening, what the kids are doing, what adults are doing in the meanwhile.
In today's world we expect things to suit our personal needs and the car is no exception. We tweak, modify and hack our cars to be the perfect accompaniment to our busy lives.
Some attach an iPhone to the dashboard or a stack of sticky notes to the steering wheel. Others rig a mini trash bag to the seat to keep their car litter free. And for those on a long drive, what could be better than an tablet strapped to the back seat?
Take pictures of car hacks – digital or physical, big or small – that you or others have done to make the car more suited to our busy, modern lives.
Today, we know that "going green" and living sustainably are important parts of life but people express this in their lives in different ways. We want to know how you define it.
What environmentally sustainable products or services do you use or would you like to use?
Perhaps it's something you've used personally or maybe you've only seen somewhere. Either way, capture it in a picture and try to include the context of use.
What inspires you to get up, keep going or get better? We're looking for personal photos and stories of all the ways you stay motivated to get fit and be active. Do you set goals, enter competitions, try new routines or experiment with the latest gear? How do you track your progress? What habits have you adopted to stay the course? How does technology help? Send us your pics and stories!
Finding parking space in the city can be a pain with the ideal space sometimes being more a game of luck than logic. Share with us your stories, whether it be great examples of public payment systems for parking, public transportation & public services or frustrations relating to the current solutions available for inner-city parking that work or need improvement. What was your favorite or least favorite experience relating to public payment systems?