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Tag: 'Creativity'

The following posts have the tag 'Creativity' assigned to them.

  • What’s more important, relevance or shareable content?

    Posted by on August 9, 2016

    Regular readership and sharing of content online tend to signify good online content. But according to a recent study, 60% of people don’t even click the link to read before sharing online. The pace of social media and digital marketing continues to quicken, so how do you create content which users want to read, rather
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  • Re-brand for Webigence web development company

    Posted by on February 12, 2016

    As an ASP.NET web development company based in London, we obviously believe the web is an important, growing and ever changing entity so it was about we updated our own website and branding to reflect the clients we work with and the projects we now produce and build. Our in house UI visual creative and
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  • A tangible way to explore a car interior.

    Posted by on October 6, 2015

    Inspired by virtual reality and the possibilities of WebGL, we were itching to try out this disruptive innovation on one of our projects. The idea evolved quickly.  We love cars, and the more digitalized the better. So, after the creation of the successful Apple Watch and Android Wear apps for controlling Tesla, we decided to
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  • How to Avoid Admin Agony In Your Agency

    Posted by on May 13, 2015

    Nobody enjoys administrative tasks. They’re a pain, and stop you from doing what you actually want to do – work on creative projects, deliver for your clients and grow your business. Unfortunately certain amounts of administrative work is always necessary – whether it means reporting on projects, monitoring budgets and spend, preparing briefs, issuing invoices
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  • Don’t take your foot off the gas

    Posted by on December 17, 2014

    The fat lady’s warming up her voice, the elves have been drafted and Santa is loading up on carbs for the main event. So should we throw our hands in the air, head for the pub and start drinking shots or should we think about how we can nail down those last few opportunities for
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  • Evening Masterclass | Innovation Incubation round-up

    Posted by on October 29, 2014

    Our Evening Masterclass series continued last week. Held at the lovely shiny Microsoft Mobile offices we were treated to an evening of inspiring 10 minuet talks followed by a lively Q&A session. Innovation Incubation was the topic of discussion and we had a fantastic panel of speakers presenting their views on how to create a
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  • Business lessons from Erik Spiekermann

    Posted by on September 4, 2013

    Erik Spiekermann laid down a maxim to last night’s Reasons to Be Creative crowd: “Do not do free pitches”. The roar from the crowd suggested a fair few folk in the audience were sick of pitching their guts out to no avail. Spiekermann’s ethos is that the client-agency relationship works best as a partnership, and
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  • Creativity lessons from Sagmeister and Sasso

    Posted by on September 3, 2013

    “Practice wider than your discipline,” advises Eva-Lotta Lamm, and enjoy “getting used to learning something new”. She was speaking to a full theatre at Reasons to Be Creative, the 3-day design/coding/creative conference in Brighton. Eva-Lotta’s point – which she illustrated with anecdotes about going to weekend workshops in everything from sign-writing to street dance –
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  • Pitch your game-changing ideas to the world’s most influential multi-platform audience

    Posted by on February 1, 2011

    Hi folks You only have two more weeks to enter the Content 360 competition where you can pitch your game-changing ideas to the world’s most influential multi-platform audience and win development prizes. MIPTV’s Content 360 Digital Creativity competition is your chance to showcase your newest concepts to the global TV & media industry at MIPTV
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  • Digital Britain. Comments in today please.

    Posted by on March 13, 2009

    I’ve commented today on the Digital Britain report. Pick up on the debate #carter #digitalbritain if you have a moment today and agree/disagree/add. What I’ve said is that  I’d like to understand, explicitly, what vision the report will inspire for the creative industries of Britain, in particular amongst the digital practitioner businesses which are, on
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