So, I’m driving around town yesterday and what do I see? I see a transit ad for Dave Knows Portland, a blog about Portland. Turns out, Dave’s girlfriend Heather (who is also a Portland blogger) put the ad together and purchased the media as a gift. Nice gift.
I took note of the email I received this morning from Portland Ad Fed, particularly the news segment. I’m glad to see some positive developments worth noting. Struck/Axiom has offices outside the Northwest, but we won’t hold that against them. Their new Newcastle Brown Ale site is definitely an interesting twist on online video. EDITOR’S […]
Sustainable Business Oregon, a new publication from Portland Business Journal, asked Debbie Driscoll, account director at Ziba, and Eric Park, Ziba’s creative director, to address the topic of sustainable design. Design for sustainability was almost unheard of a decade ago, but as green goes from niche to mainstream, businesses of all types are beginning to […]
Wines of Washington Promotion, an agency based in Seattle, created the above in-store advertising for Barnard Griffin, a family-owned winery in Richland, as part of Washington Wine Month. “This is a challenging time for Washington state wines. While sales are slightly up in some price categories, there continues to be downward pressure on price due […]
Portland startup Black Tonic is offering creative professionals exactly what they need–greater control of remote creative presentations. Black Tonic presenters can modify the presentation material on-the-fly and choose in real-time what the audience sees on the presentation web page. Co-founder David Price says, “Clients see only what presenters are putting in front of them, and […]
Citrus, with offices in Bend and Portland, introduces this new animated spot for Montana Lottery’s twice-daily game called 10 Spot. The new spot is likely to be effective, but one of the things it might be effective at is making the lottery seems like child’s play. Vicevertising is typically burdened by industry regulations, but I […]
Sustainable Business Oregon is a new title from Portland Business Journal. The pub has been up and running since the start of the year. Upon my first visit to their site, I took note of the nice design, a mix of local and national news, and this Sponsored Tweet Ad Unit from Portland agency Grady […]
StepChange, a Portland social media agency, was acquired this week for an undisclosed sum by Powered of Austin, Tex. Powered also scooped up Crayon and Drillteam, both in New York. Crayon is a social media consulting firm, Drillteam focuses on blogger outreach and earned media and StepChange builds brand presence on social networks. StepChange will […]