Less than an hour into the meeting, we had a defined vision. One day later, we had a completely finished logo and identity.
When it comes to design, UX is no longer an added value. It’s a requirement. Clients expect good user experiences. Users demand them.
The tug of war between content and design is both the most frustrating and inspiring moment of any project.
Best read while drinking whiskey. Neat. Because no one loves whiskey and buzzwords quite like Jack Donaghy — and we all love Jack Donaghy.
Shia, thank you for locking yourself in an elevator for 24 hours. You’ve given me a sudden burst of inspiration on a Friday afternoon.
I’ve lost track of how many websites keep tabs on the number of cups of coffee a company consumes. It was cute the first time it was done. Now, it’s just annoying.
This post best read while drinking a Tito’s & Soda—cus you want a beer, but your gut is telling you to cool it.
Traditional advertising has long embraced the relationship between art and copy. The digital age has, too—sort of.
Best read while drinking a PBR pounder. Let’s face it: if you’re gonna relate to my longing for Blockbuster, you’re missing the old days and are at least half hipster.