Ruckus begins the new year with big ambitions and the expectation to continue the positive growth trends we showed last year. To recap 2017’s success, here are some of the achievements we posted.Read More
Drinks can be expensive, especially in major cities like New York. Oftentimes a single cocktail will cost $12 or more, which led Hooch to develop an app that’ll save your wallet while keeping the good times flowing.
In partnership with Mobileye, a cutting-edge technology company that develops advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to provide early warnings and prevent vehicle collisions, Ruckus coordinated a 4-day event space for the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.Read More
Launched in mid-November, just before the holiday rush, WePower Shopping is an all-new web store that organizes products based on consumer interests while guaranteeing the lowest prices online. Read More
Everyone’s favorite bite-sized treats are now easier to get your hands on than ever before. Thanks to a cutting-edge UX/UI theory designed by Ruckus, Baked by Melissa recently launched its all-new web store to much fanfare from cupcake lovers. Read More
Consumers’ attention spans are shorter than ever. Users delete about 90 percent of downloaded apps, and 44 percent of Google News readers only scan headlines.
By Alex Friedman, for Entrepreneur
You can buy just about anything on the Internet. Amazon has branched out from selling books to selling vacuums, shoes, TVs, bicycles, and everything in between. But perhaps most interesting is the rise of convenience products now bought online.
By Alex Friedman, for Marketing ProfsRead More
In a global economy, no industry stands alone. Each one is tied together through a network of energies, influences and economies, no matter what or where they are.
By Josh Wood, for The Start Up Donut
Ruckus is proud to announce that they were today named to the 2013 Agency 100 List, which celebrates advertising agencies that showcase “demonstrated fortitude, strong relationships, great work and strategic ideas.” Read More
The light bulb went off. You had a groundbreaking idea for a tech product; you developed a prototype and are entering the testing phase. But how do you determine if your product is truly viable in the marketplace?
By Alex Friedman, for Techli
On the May 6, 2013 episode of the popular late night show The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert gave a shout-out to the Diocese of Brooklyn for their “Original Hipster” ads in his segment “Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger.” The ads, portraying Jesus as the original hipster, have gone viral since they first launched in Brooklyn on April 1, 2013. With coverage in The Wall Street Journal, Time, CBS, and many other national news outlets, the Diocese has earned over 1.6MM in additional media exposure.