Ei: emotional intelligence – Short film by Dennis Sungmin Kim
WALL-E meets Don Hertzfeldt in Dennis Sungmin Kim’s ei: emotional intelligence – an 8-minute animation showcasing promise of an exciting new talent in the field. In this gorgeously-animated, experimental meditation on existential questions, the young filmmaker explores the significance of love in an unspecified future with his first film at the University of Pennsylvania.
4 Ways Your Business Can Benefit From Having a Mobile App
They’re in all of our pockets now, aren’t they? I’m talking, of course, about mobile devices. And the core functionality of those devices (other than making phone calls, I’ve been told) is to run a whole host of applications that serve nearly every imaginable purpose.
5 Tips for Building Your Brand with Instagram Marketing
According to a recent Forrester report, Instagram delivers brands 58 times more engagement per follower than Facebook, and 120 times more engagement per follower than Twitter.  Not only does Instagram have the potential to garner brands higher engagement, but it offers a unique opportunity to connect with customers. From visual storytelling with user-generated content to creative 15 […]
Taking Flight by Moonbot Animation Studios – Short film
Hot off the heels of their other recent branded short, The Boy Who Learned to Fly, the venerable Moonbot Animation Studios stuns again with the release ofTaking Flight, a whimsical short that captures the power of childhood imagination and the strength of familial bonds. What’s that? You’re already reaching for a tissue? Yeah, bro…*sniffles*…me too…
5 Must Use Tools for Better Brand Management
Whether you are a worldwide business with millions of customers or just a simple startup that is making it’s first journey into the world of the internet, how others see and feel about your brand is extremely important. This is just as important if you are making your first sale or your millionth. The product, […]
Striking Hyper-Realistic Murals By Italian Graffiti Artist Jorit Agoch
The artistic activity of Jorit is unique because he carries out graffiti and paintings on canvas at a very high technical level.He declares that his aim is to portray as close as possible to reality. This is possible only after a very thorough analysis and, subsequently, scrupulous reproduction with all kind of painting techniques.Together with […]
6 Of The Best Marketing Uses Of Virtual Reality
Virtual reality is one of the latest technologies marketers are trying to wrap their heads around to figure out how to best utilize the tool to achieve brand objectives. While we’re only at the tip of the iceberg in terms of impactful ways to use VR for marketing, several pioneers have found creative ways to […]
11 Critical Content Creation Tips
Content marketing is harder than ever. Last year, it was the big “it“ thing among digital marketers. This year, more businesses than ever will output original pieces that will surprise and satisfy readers around the web. To help you craft content readers will care about, here is a list of things you should do before you hit ‘publish’.
5 Steps to Getting Started on Snapchat
Snapchat has seen tremendous growth since launching a few years ago, and at this point claims more than 9,000 snaps per second, totaling more than 8 billion video views a day. Indeed, the platform has moved beyond a casual “toy” platform for younger audiences: A lot of B2B and B2C businesses now view it as a […]
Penelope in the Treehouse by Jonathan Langager
Created as part of Disney’s Free Period programme – a series of 12 original short-form movies from authentic new storytellers, which also includes work from SotW alum Camille Stochitch – Jonathan Langager’s charming Penelope in the Treehouse is the family friendly tale of a young girl having to adapt to a new set-up at home. Carrying on the “tangible” FX approach seen in […]
Humans Are Colorful Patterns in Santiago Ascui’s Illustrations
Images courtesy the artist From afar, the figures look almost careful stackings of color. But up close, one can see that the lean shapes in Santiago Ascui‘s illustrations actually human figures, all with the same blank stares and slim bodies. The Chile-based artist creates enigmatic works that take into consideration space, color, and pattern, through the use of […]
5 Tips for Managing Your Personal Brand
Whether you like it or not, we all have a personal brand we must manage. Whether it’s owning your own company, interviewing for a job or acting as a public figure, how you see yourself and how others view you is important to your success.
4 Really Under-Used Ways to Build Your Brand Via Social Media
Photo by freestocks.org You may already know that social media has the power to connect and engage both you and your brand with your target audience and existing customer base. But if you are still in doubt, numerous statistics point to the wide use of social media by consumers and businesses looking for the information and solutions they […]
Clever Ad Campain Revealing the Secrets of Instagram Food Pictures
Photography is a language that’s understood worldwide, its a feeling and emotions that has been captured on a film into the memories forever. But the advancement in technology has altered the way photographs tell you the stories. With the image editing techniques and tools the photography is now more altered than real. Sometime the photographs […]
3 Brands Creating Epic Experiences with 360 Video
There’s been a lot of buzz this year about the epicness that is 360-degree video, with brands that have big visual elements—think tourism, products with high design concepts, any kind of sport or performance—making the most of what 360 video has to offer.
Google Search removes ‘mobile-friendly’ label, will start negatively ranking mobile interstitials in 2017
Google announced two updates to mobile search results: an aesthetic one rolling out now and an algorithmic one coming next year. The former consists of removing the “mobile-friendly” label in search results and the latter will punish mobile sites that use interstitials. The goal is to “make finding content easier for users,” though as always, the company […]
These Social Media Tips Will Make You Rethink Recruiting
Christiaan Colen - CC BY-SA 2.0 In a world connected by smartphones and social media, attracting and recruiting talent is constantly changing. Companies realize that merely posting an opening on leading job boards won’t cut it anymore. They need to turn to their employees, who are credible voices for the employer brand to develop and maintain a […]
How Guerilla Marketing Works for Small Businesses
Thomas Høyrup Christensen - CC BY 2.0 If you’re like most small business owners, you probably have a small library of books and a host of bookmarked webpages offering great advice on how to market your business and stand out from the competition. But let’s face it, many marketing strategies are geared toward businesses that enjoy […]
The boy who learned to fly – short film
Even though I’m not exactly a conventional sports fan (a nerdy film geek? shocking, I know!), I always look forward to the Olympics. The pageantry—a literal parade of nations full of competing athletes—is magical. It’s also something that is inherently cinematic—grandiose and worthy of an iconic John Williams score.
How the 2016 Olympic Logo and Font Were Created
The Olympics is a place where dreams come true — including for designers, who create everything from the logos to the tickets, the mascots to medals for every Games. To finish all of the Olympics collateral in time, the Olympic design committee outsources the different jobs to various local firms. These projects can overlap across […]