The Power of Video

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The Power of Video

We work with some of the world’s leading companies to develop highly-engaging video stories that  speak to their audience, and leave a strong, lasting impression. Watch below to see how we’ve helped to bring their brand voice to life. 

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Can I Use This Picture?

We're constantly being asked by clients and colleagues if it's OK to use a particular picture that was found online. Our usual response is "Well... It depends...". Everyone's favourite answer to an easy question.

Well yesterday, Curtis Newbold (The Visual Communication Guy) created something pretty awesome to answer all future questions about copyrighted images:

Via The Visual Communication Guy

Via The Visual Communication Guy

It's a bit lengthy, but you get the hang of it pretty quickly. It's also a great way to learn about Creative Commons and other online Intellectual Property rules.

Read his full article on it here

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Leave Social Media Alone!

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Leave Social Media Alone!

Do you remember when everyone was talking about Web 2.0? How everything needed to be 2.0? So much so that it eventually became a joke?

The truth was, there was no “2.0” anything. No new technology or specific design treatment. It was a rallying cry to get more people excited about an interactive internet where people could chat with each other, collaborate with each other and exchange data, instead of just viewing it.

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The Millennial Perspective: 5 unexpected hacks of social media

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The Millennial Perspective: 5 unexpected hacks of social media

Social media is second nature for Millennials. As a consequence , we often take our intuitive use of technology for granted - what we see as a natural extension of our everyday activities, amazes those for whom social media is more of a hobby, or even a career.

I've had a growing number of conversations to attest to this, and to prevent any future misunderstanding (read: disbelief) I wanted to illustrate some of the more tangential uses of social communities I’ve encountered.

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