WhatsApp has announced that it will no longer charge users an annual subscription fee. The messenger app, particularly popular in Europe, parts of Asia (including Hong Kong), and South America, has seen massive growth in recent years and is close to attaining a billion users. WhatsApp used to charge US$0.99 per year (after a free 12 …Read More…

Digital Tsunami offers an extensive range of solutions. It is rare that a client requires ALL these are delivered within a single project, however recently this was the case. In July, founder of Digital Tsunami and veteran marketing professional Andrew W Morse, was commissioned as Creative Director for the promotion of 168 luxury apartments in …Read More…

Fearless is an annual conference for female business owners and managers, convened by the Australian Business Club for women, She Business. Fearless 2015, to be held on 2 December at the waterfront Crystal Palace, Sydney, will feature prominent businesswomen as speakers and conversation leaders. In 2014, Digital Tsunami developed a responsive microsite to a design by Sydney creative agency Studio Popsicle. Developed …Read More…

Digital Tsunami has launched the 2015 online Annual Review, Financial Report and Property Portfolio of the Investa Office Fund (ASX:IOF). This site is the second which Digital Tsunami has developed to the instructions of Sydney creative shop Design Davey. Managed by Investa Property Group, the IOF is one of the largest office real estate companies in Australia and a leading residential and …Read More…

Digital Tsunami has developed and launched a site using responsive design, for professional cameraman Matt Gormly. Matt shoots for clients and on locations around the world. Travelling Matt is the company name given to Matt Gormly by Andrew W Morse, when Matt started flying and working around the globe. The two met in Australia in 1991, just …Read More…

For years*, we’ve known the benefits of having a responsive site. In a mobile world, there’s immense value in having a responsive site. Now Google will punish you if you don’t. .. On 21 April, Google will implement its latest mobile algorithm, which will penalise non-responsive sites in mobile search. Brands with non-responsive sites may find hard-earned keyword ranking and high search results page positions plummeting. You …Read More…

Digital Tsunami has developed and launched a microsite for the Fearless 2014 women’s business event, using responsive design. The event, conceived and operated by Australian consultancy She Business, attracts a larger number of female entrepreneurs and businesswomen, every year. Fearless 2014 will be convened on December 3rd at Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Sydney. The responsive …Read More…

Since late 2012, all new Digital Tsunami online sites have been developed with responsive design. The latest responsive sites, launched on July 25, are for View Hotels and Compass Capital. These responsive sites are accessible to all, irrespective of the platform on which they are viewed. Content presents appropriately on all devices (desktops, laptops, tablets, phablets and …Read More…

Increasingly, companies are embracing the importance of engaging in a conversation on social media, in order to build brand recognition and communicate directly with consumers. But faced with a plethora of platforms, many are asking us, “Which social media are relevant to my company?” Our answer is that whilst there is no ‘cookie cutter’ formula, the choices you …Read More…

A new responsive presence has just launched for Foodbank in Australia, a national network of non-denominational, non-profit, state and territory logistics suppliers, providing a warehousing and distribution conduit between food producers, manufacturers and retailers with surplus food and grocery items and the thousands of charities and community groups which feed hungry families and individuals across the country. Foodbank …Read More…