If you’re going to aim, aim high, I suppose. As BusinessInsider points out, the Icelandic bank Kraupthing eventually went under. But this is some serious branding candy: I can only imagine the company-wide meeting where they rolled out this overblown spot. I’m sure they all thought they’d change the world, one deposit slip at a […]
Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters is picketing Ross and Nordstrom Rack in downtown Portland. I received a leaflet in front of both stores today. The Council of Carpenters believes Ross and Nordstrom have “an obligation to the community to see that area labor standards are met for construction work performed on their projects.” The […]
We’ve all heard, and maybe told, stories about how horrible the agency Web site is. Of course, it need not be that way, but all too often it is. Thankfully, that’s not the case at DDB Canada. DDB Canada’s self-promo site is featured in this year’s CA Interactive Annual. Josh Fehr, an art director on […]
Portland-based Periscopic is a socially conscious information visualization firm, and a featured winner in this year’s CA Interactive Annual for their work on VoteEasy, a project by the nonpartisan group, Project Vote Smart. Utilizing thousands of hours of research and a vast collection of data, this voter education tool allows the general public to quickly […]
The two words, “video content” are sweet music to the ears of many thousands of people who make, optimize and deliver video content, and to millions more who enjoy watching it. While indie filmmakers and small production companies rule the creative roost, when it comes to delivery of video content, YouTube’s parent company, The Google, […]
Sticks and stones make break Google’s bones, but words will never hurt her. Yet, dart-like words are flying. According to Times of India, Google denied that the US government meddles in its business decisions after Chinese state media published an opinion piece saying the Internet-search company is a “tool” of US foreign policy. Google is […]
In an effort to inspire a new generation of sneaker wearers, the 100-year-old US footwear brand – Keds – recently launched their “How Do You Do” campaign. As part of the new campaign, The Wade Brothers were asked to shot a huge range of still images as well as motion “bios” of local artists.
iMeet is a simple new way to host meetings online. “For iMeet, seeing is believing,” says Cory at Muhtayzik Hoffer, “so we’ve reconstructed some of the most important meetings in history, as they might have happened in an iMeet room.”