Susan Murphy of Jester Creative reflects on the invention of the World Wide Web and concludes that we haven’t figured it out yet. Though we originally took the Web to be a simply a means of presenting information, Berners-Lee actually invented the Web as a means of communication and collaboration. 12 years after its rise […]
Normally, I don’t pay much attention to spam e-mails like this… …but in the split second I did look at it I noticed this right below the image: It took me more than a minute to see the typos that would indicate that this is not a legit e-mail marketing campaign from one of JWT’s […]
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ESPN.com believes less is more when it comes to digital design (and I’d tend to agree). According to The New York Times, the sports site is about to go a major design overhaul. Currently, sports fans are greeted by “intense coverage of every major sport from the get-go.” John Skipper, ESPN’s executive vice president for […]
Laura Oppenheimer of The Oregonian called around to see how things in the Portland agency scene are progressing in this time of tumult. Here’s one factoid she uncovered that I find interesting. The state is home to more than 300 advertising firms that employ 1,900 people. The average wage, according to state figures: a cool […]
Digital media is trackable and malleable. These two facts are creating new opportunities in marketing services and a degree of tension in Old Adlandia. According to The New York Times, “a new breed of companies” is emerging to tweak the hell out of online creative. They create hundreds of versions of clients’ online ads, changing […]
According to Ad Age, if packaged goods marketers want to reach busy women, they need to do it online. Microsoft, Mindshare and Ogilvy & Mather have been studying women they call “digital divas.” Let’s examine some of their findings: “There are women we found who actually have standing orders with Amazon for their toilet paper,” […]
Writing in Adweek, Bob Greenberg, chairman of R/GA in New York works out one of the more important topics of our advertising day. Namely, how in the world a brand can remain consistent in its messaging when it has to be everywhere at once, constantly on and open to dialogue. First, brands cannot be created […]