Saluting America is one thing I can get behind, but calling your beer "America in a bottle" – no thanks. I’m not drinking in that nonsense.
IAB’s report on what works in digital – well worth the time to read. Some great examples of creative:
Bowie gets his own constellation. Seems fitting. http://stardustforbowie.be/
I’ve believed this for years. Nice to know I was right. Here’s the link:
Facebook has rolled out a new feature – the Facebook cinemagraph video profile. Since the rollout of this new feature, Facebook users have been granted the option to use 7-second looping videos to replace static profile photos. California and the United Kingdom were the first selected testers of the profiles.
And here’s a how to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16gTqTL5A3g
I guess "lol" or "ha ha" just isn’t enough anymore. Interesting article on hyperbole in digital communication.
A 22 year old made the ultimate guide on how to use Snapchat. Link here:
See how you can now search by selecting a portion of an image on Pinterest.
Video link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyrSZWo3kNo
If you want to buy me this for Christmas I won’t say no.
Brandy brings more than 16 years of creative leadership experience to the team. Throughout his career he's led digital and integrated efforts for numerous clients including Arby's, Google/Motorola, Coca Cola, Hilton Hotels, LucasFilm/Star Wars, Samsung, Marriott Hotels, Kellogg’s, H&R Block, HBO, Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos, Steamboat Springs, Patron Tequila and more.
And he's earned quite a few creative awards and honors for his efforts from the One Show, Cannes Lions, Clio Awards, Effie Awards, Obie Awards, The Webby Awards, Addy Awards, Adrian Awards and others.
As Brandy says, “I help solve business problems with creativity." And he does, for a number of our clients, while playing a major leadership role in fostering the agency’s creative culture. Brandy is also a UCF alumn and proud Knight.