Using branded entertainment to settle a battle of the sexes
The world’s first crowdsourced beer
Making vodka manly
Helping dealerships build excitement around the launch of a new car
Encouraging more people to decorate with Dulux
AnalogFolk are an independent global creative agency with offices in London, Sydney and New York.
We’re digital through and through but you won’t find us using technology for the sake of it. Only ever to make the analog world better (hence our name). We believe that brands are defined by the interactions you have with them. So every single one should be great. After all, that’s what brands are, the sum of all those experiences.
These are the principles which our 120 talented folk live and work by, powered by the love of what we do and a dedication to putting innovation into practice.
Matt is a founder of AnalogFolk and at the helm of our global strategy team
Passionate about delivering cutting-edge creativity to clients on a global scale
Having worked in several of the world’s largest agencies, Dan now heads up the AF team in New York
Jim has over 10 years experience in advertising, so it's not surprising that he has extensive knowledge of marketing communications, design and branding
Stephen Pirrie, Social Strategy Director at AnalogFolk London, examines what Facebook hopes to achieve with its headline-grabbing acquisition of WhatsApp
Simon Richings, ECD at AnalogFolk London, explores where digital might be heading next
Joanna Holdsworth joins London office as a Client Partner
'True Greetings' by AnalogFolk Sydney taps into friendship history with Facebook Connect
Alice Forward, User Experience Director at AnalogFolk London, on the perils of getting consumers' hopes up online
Olivia Hall joins AnalogFolk as General Manager of the Sydney office
RT @supercake: Proud of @AnalogFolk NY for their latest creation for Malibu... Malibu Sparkler bottle powered percussion t.co/PU2x…
@AnalogFolk - 2 Days ago
Getty stock imagery now free in a dramatic business model shift. t.co/KRM2S8QJKn
@AnalogFolk - 3 Days ago
Why would Facebook want to buy a company that makes drones? t.co/EbDg5EUB8i
Wake up with fake bacon. t.co/CURDUIRbcC
'5 brands. 5 classic techniques. 5 varying degrees of success.' London ECD @sirich does @Campaignmag's Private View t.co/ge1Ohv23gO
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