Go big or go home

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The MTN Giant Emoji For MTN’s 2017 end-of-year party, client wanted an engaging activation to bring an interactive element to the event. Enter, the Giant Emoji…

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Greening

Food for thought

Space: the final frontier. Or in the case of Brave Digital – Space: the thing we have loads of (now that we’ve moved into our new offices)…

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Space to grow

Food for thought

Space: the final frontier. Or in the case of Brave Digital – Space: the thing we have loads of (now that we’ve moved into our new offices)…

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Are you blind to the facts?

Food for thought

You’re about to launch a new product/campaign/business (insert your current adventure of choice here). You are pumped, totally amped and ready to blast through the stratosphere of success…

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Disconnecting from the digital

Food for thought

Screen time, online time, game time, work time – we all love the always-on instant gratification-connection we have to our digital umbilical cord… Though it can be tough enough to remove oneself from the digital realm of our work environment, how do we actively detach on a regular basis…

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Setting up React ES6 with Webpack and live reloading

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This article will hopefully help you get up and running in terms of writing React components in ES6 with Webpack and live reloading. I will try and explain the code line-by-line, so even if you’re unfamiliar with some of the topics, you should be able to follow along. I have included a few helpful links at the end for further reading. Let’s get started! Setup Start by initialising a npm project by running: npm init …afterwards we can install dependencies react and react-dom and add a save option to write these into your package.json npm install react react-dom –save …next…

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