25.05.2016

A Map Helps Gambling Addicts to Stay Clean

Gamble, work, gamble, work: That is the everyday existence of gambling addicts. There are more than 12 000 gambling addicts in Hamburg and many more, that are at risk. In cities like Berlin or Hamburg, it is not easy for addicts to stay away from their ‘substance’: At every corner, there are gambling halls and betting shops. An interactive map aims to help gambling addicts to protect themselves.

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20.05.2016

How to Use Interactive Maps in Your Marketing

In times of media overkill and rising customer expectations: How can businesses reach their target groups or inspire a broader audience? Here you can get a bunch of ideas about how to engage your customers by using interactive maps.

 

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17.05.2016

Ubilabs & Miniatur Wunderland win Internet Oscar 2016

On the winner's rostrum with First Lady Michelle Obama and Jessica Alba, the New York Times, Google and Spotify: Ubilabs is winner of the Webby 2016! Special thanks to everyone who supported us – in particular to the Miniatur Wunderland and Google. 

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06.04.2016

We are Nominees for The 20th Annual Webby Award – in 3 Categories!

Ubilabs has been selected as a Nominee for the renowned Webby Award 2016! Our work has been picked out as one of the five best in the world in its category. Our entries are competing for the Internet's two most coveted awards: The Webby and The Webby People's Voice Award. With your support we will make it to the top! 

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04.04.2016

Paintings of Van Gogh and Pigeon Air Patrol: Our Top 5

Experience pulsating cities around the world, artfully visualized in short movies. Explore the evolution of wars in history on a map. Discover the age of Amsterdam’s buildings with an exciting map and get inspired by the production of a new art film of Van Gogh. And: What is the story behind the Pigeon Air Patrol? Read our top 5 links of the week.

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14.03.2016

The Various Concerns When Talking About Mobile Devices

We often use the word mobile device when talking about limitations while designing and building a new application or website. But what do we mean with that? What is a mobile device and what makes it so special that we have to care about? Are the problems we refer to limited to smartphones? Thoughts from Robert Katzki, developer at Ubilabs. 

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