Buh-bye 2010’s, HELLO 2020! As we get ready to move into the new year, let’s take a look back at some of the social media trends that defined the decade and shaped the world we live in today:
If you’re an avid Spotify user like myself, then you’ve probably already spent countless hours listening to your top songs of 2019 and top songs of the decade, released on Spotify in early December.
If you haven't heard chatter about "Baby Yoda" or seen the countless memes and gifs that currently populate the interwebs, you may have been living under a rock for the last month or so. Since Disney's new streaming network, Disney+
When we reflect on 2019 years from now, what will we remember? HBO’s biggest television show came to an end, an egg became the most-liked photo on Instagram, we almost saw inside Area 51
By now, you’re likely one of the millions out there who have seen Peloton’s recent holiday ad. If you haven’t, spend a couple minutes watching here: https://youtu.be/pShKu2icEYw
Love it or hate it, when Oprah declares a product as her favorite, the whole world takes note — and then goes out to buy whatever the Queen of Television insists she can’t live without.
As a designer, and particularly as one working at a marketing agency, I’m all in when it comes to interesting guerrilla marketing tactics. After all, what better way to expose the public to a brand or product than by taking
The only way writing a press release achieves the overarching objective of driving intent and action is to create a broader, layered strategy that doesn’t happen when you “just write a press release.”
Every December, our city is bombarded with tacky Christmas cheer. My family and friends trudge through the wet streets to stand in long lines at countless retail stores, listening to the same repetitive songs on the radio.