It’s been gold, PyeongChang.
The olympics are about waaaaay more than just sports. Obviously. So, as the games wrap up, we thought we’d wrap up all the non-sports stuff for all the advertisers, designers, and tech geeks in the room. Branding The simplistic symbols represent both the alphabet and theme of the events. The box element representing the “P” […]
Have no fear, Instagram scheduling is here!
You guys, this is huge Instagram news. Instagram recently announced a change to its API – which will now allow businesses to schedule posts, see public posts that they are tagged or mentioned in, and view other business profiles. Post scheduling is limited to single image posts and isn’t directly available with Instagram itself – […]
TrendLab Report – October
Reading: Daily marketing content newsletter via The Daily Carnage Listening: The Joe Rogan Experience, Ep. 1015 with Reggie Watts: Great section on their thoughts on the future of AR and VR Ear Hustle: Stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it. Adobe Max Sessions: Feeling pretty smart after listening to these. Lots of […]
Ecobranding and Our Impact on the Environment as Advertisers
More and more we are seeing trends to lessen our impact on the environment. As advertisers and designers we have a unique opportunity to impact the environment through what we are producing and how we are producing it. We can work to create advertising and branding materials that reduce our clients’ environmental impact through simple […]
TrendLab Report – September
Reading: re-reading Ender’s Game Listening: My Bubba & Elsa Sjunger Visor // Sing Swedish Songs Watching: IT, The Deuce Hating: #PSL Attending: Advertising Week NYC, Creative Babes: Unplugged Excited for: Stranger Things, the return of Mr. Robot, our halloween office party, and all things fall (except you PSL).
The Problem of Parking
As new tenants of downtown, we understand the struggle of finding a good parking spot. Our struggle led this commuter filled office to monthly parking permits in various surface lots and parking garages. Which led to the next struggle of paying for said monthly parking spots. We’re not the only ones fighting the parking dilemmas. […]
TrendLab Report – August
Reading: The rules of Muchkin. Over and over…and over again Listening: The Hobbit on Audiobook, and Beast Epic -Iron&Wine Watching: Ozark and the solar eclipse! Hating: The end of summer Attending: Rise&Design, AAF Happy Hour: Beers with your Peers, Columbus Crew Games Excited for: Advertising Week
TrendLab Report – July
Reading: How Brands Grow by Byron Sharp Listening: Revolving Doors – 99% Invisible Episode 93 Watching: Penultimate season of Game of Thrones Hating: The idea of a Fruit Ninja movie Attending: Making Midwest Fest, AAF Columbus AdFun at Makeway Excited for: Our really fast internet being installed
Microchip Implants: Scary or Convenient?
More than 50 employees at Three Square Market have opted in to having a microchip implanted between their thumb and pointer finger. The chip allows employees to swipe into doors, pay for food, and anything else with RFID technology at the company. Employees would never have to carry a key card or wallet, but at […]
What We’re Reading: The End of Advertising
We’re reading (and loving) newly published The End Of Advertising by Andrew Essex. Essex, CEO of Tribeca Enterprises and former CEO of Droga5, tackles the question of what is next in our industry. Its a great addition to our weekly trend conversations. It gets us thinking about what we can do to navigate the end […]