Monthly Archives: March 2010

/ Malaysia Design Archive

Here’s a place to see some cool design work from the other side of the world: http://www.malaysiadesignarchive.org/

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/ Wooing the Bloggerazi: The Ann Taylor LOFT Event

Last year, the Federal Trade Commission came down mightly on bloggers (large and small, established and fledgling), saying that they needed to disclose any freebie they received when it pertained to a blog post. It was particularly vocal when it … Continue reading

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/ Friday fun

An great tribute to Saul Bass featuring everyone’s favorite mysterious island show Lost.

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/ The New Wave of Social Media: FourSquare and More…

If you thought Twitter and Facebook were the wave of the future for social media, you may want tweak your thinking slightly. According to a recent article in Womens Wear Daily, several fashion brands are exploring strategies that connect with … Continue reading

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/ There is a Limit to Social Media

Time to move to a larger data center.

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/ In Branding the Logo is Just the Beginning, not the End.

Make my Logo brand bigger. We are often confronted to a dilemma when developing identity for a new brand. With creating a new visual language, where does consistency become copy and paste and how do you expand brand recognition by … Continue reading

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/ The Power of Social Media.

When you’re feuding with a man who has 2,458,559 Twitter followers, this is how you settle it. You apologize.

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/ Logorama

In case you haven’t seen it, check out Logorama, the 16 minutes brand-based short from French Agency that won in the short -animated category at the latest Oscar.

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/ Space and Outdoor Art.

Metal people are surrounding Madison Square Park in the city’s ever growing commitment to beautify New York and to install outdoor art. There are approximately 30 of them I was told, but I’ve only found four at this point. Here … Continue reading

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/ Why Social Media Strategies Need Traditional Media Too (and Vice Versa)

I recently read an article that talked about how the top 500 fastest growing companies are using social media, with statistics taken from a Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth study. The study shows how much … Continue reading

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