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Tag: 'Education'

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

  • Girl Geek Bootcamp in Liverpool: Week 2

    Posted by on June 10, 2016

    Session 2 at the Girl Geek Bootcamp was called #NotJustForBoys, which was a session all about role models – something that we’ve found is so important for girls and women to find not only within the technology industry but in life. The session involved a number of female speakers talking to the 10 girls from
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  • Digital Day winners pitch winning ideas to Microsoft professionals.

    Posted by on February 12, 2015

    Digital Day – BIMA’s initiative which takes agency professionals into classrooms nationwide, in order to educate secondary school and college students about the digital industry, and the breadth of job opportunities available to them. 2014’s event saw agencies such as VML, Pancentric Digital and Redweb show off the work of digital, with the aim to
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  • Learning about Taxonomy in Web Design

    Posted by on September 25, 2014

    Having started at Tobias & Tobias in June I found myself getting to grips with new people, approaches, tools and technology but there was a moment in an one of the first design meetings I attended that stood out. A word was mentioned that I thought I understood but it soon became apparent I would need a closer analysis. The word was taxonomy.

  • BIMA DDay Winners 2013

    Posted by on February 27, 2014

    It is with great pleasure to announce that our Grand Prix winners for DDay 2013 are… Jessica Akinbodunshe, Morayo Shittu, Lauren Moore, Ella Hollis, Victoria Hinch, Leyla Elsey, Harriet Cramphorn, Ibu Ajanaku, Diana Boodram, Sophie Cohen and Victoria Olusegun for their Social Media entry entitled BLOWOUT. All Grand Prix winning students are from Townley Grammar
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  • Communicating and Defining Britain’s Digital Future

    Posted by on October 24, 2013

    This article first appeared in August edition of Communicate magazine. It is a plea to politicians to stop focusing on yesterday’s technology and ideas and to communicate a vision for the future.

  • BIMA D-Day 2012 winners announced

    Posted by on January 15, 2013

    90 digital agencies from across the UK. 1800 very excited school children. We brought the two together on 10/10/12 for BIMA D-Day and the results are now in…
    We are delighted to announce that the Grand Prix winners of D-Day 2012 are Dr Challoner’s Grammar School in Amersham and their partner agency Netcel.

  • A Career in Interactive World?

    Posted by on May 18, 2009

    There’s nothing more useful than practical advice in our business. And BIMA needs to be a place to get it. Requests do come in from careers advisory people from all over the place, and it’s a positive step to be able to respond. As a voluntary body, it’s hard for BIMA to get the commitment
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  • Looking at the future

    Posted by on January 30, 2009

    The past year has been a year of change at BIMA, as we’ve been attempting to transform the way we organise our events, awards – and even how we run the association. The next few months will see this process step up a gear, with the launch of a re-designed website, new initiatives and a
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  • BIMA – Inspiring Future Talent

    Posted by on July 31, 2008

    The Real Digital Media Challenge – read how the British Interactive Media Association is ‘Inspiring Future Talent’ in the youth sector

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