In today’s digital world, words are getting shorter. Acronyms have taken over, and sentences like “Btw, wycm? Afaik uve gtg tmrw, but iu2u” are surprisingly complete and grammatically correct (Ok sure, the grammar is up for debate). Read More
Our creative for the 2015 Manchester Jazz Festival hits the video screens of Market St. in Manchester City Centre.
We all have our old favourites – whether it’s a favourite chair, a favourite movie to watch on DVD, a favourite meal. In my family, the ‘old favourite’ is Mum’s corned beef hash eaten in front of something like Ghostbusters on a Sunday evening. It just never gets old.
One of the nice things about working in the Marketing, Advertising and Design industry is that it’s a very fair-minded environment. People are very tolerant of difference – if not always entirely PC – and, in general, I would describe most people I’ve met in this industry as liberal. Did you know that the average designer is composed of 34% flax seed, for instance?
After spending months, or maybe years, monitoring your Twitter analytics, you probably have your follower/followee rates memorised better than your mother’s birthday. You’ve taken valuable time winning over your readers, carefully considering every one of those 140 characters, scouring through hashtags and trends, searching for the best industry content to retweet…and now the worst has happened. You’re starting to lose followers! Read More
Nobody likes to think of themselves as getting older, but it’s something that every being on this planet has to reconcile themselves with eventually. I am 32 years old, which obviously doesn’t qualify me for an easy chair just yet, but even at my age you occasionally encounter things that remind you that the pages are turning.