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  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 2:31 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk | Tagged: Graphic Design

    How Arts And Crafts Bring The Good Life

    Lockdown has prompted a renewed interest in craft skills. Here, Hazel Davis talks to Charlie Gladstone, founder of the crafts and music festival the Good Life Experience, about the importance of creativity and why an interest in crafts should live beyond Covid The post How arts and crafts bring the... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 2:29 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk | Tagged: Graphic Design

    How I Work: Oliver Munday

    The Atlantic’s senior art director discusses discovering book design, how he brought a literary sensibility to redesigning one of America’s oldest magazines, and what the end of the Trump era means for political design more broadly The post How I Work: Oliver Munday appeared first on Creative Review... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 2:19 | From: www.digitalinformationworld.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    Upcoming Google Chrome Patch Improves Compatibility With Windows 10 Antivirus

    People often think of large corporations as being constantly at odds with one another because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing them to supersede one another in influence. With all of that having been said, it is important to note that tech companies w... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 2:14 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk | Tagged: Graphic Design

    Oliver Jeffers Adds A Cheery Touch To The Rockefeller Center For Christmas

    The artist has created a series of illustrations channelling the holiday spirit, which are being displayed in and around the iconic New York building and on the visitors’ map The post Oliver Jeffers adds a cheery touch to the Rockefeller Center for Christmas appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 1:00 | From: www.digitalinformationworld.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    Social Proofing Matters: Google Is Testing An Improved (instagram-inspired) Like Button On Its Discovery Feed

    It is since 4th September 1998 that Google is serving to make your life better through its astonishing inventions to the search world. For knowing what you choose to see less or more on your Google Discover feed; it recently launched a like button. When you like a post; you will be able to see alike... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 0:03 | From: feeds2.feedburner.com | Tagged: Advertising

    Antitrust Wars Heat Up; Facebook Acquires Social CRM Startup Kustomer

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. All About Antitrust Facebook and Google’s legal woes are expected to get worse as federal and state antitrust authorities prepare to file new lawsuits against the tech giants. The Wall Street Journal reports that authoriti... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 0:01 | From: digiday.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    How Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Franchise Has Become A Top Selling Point For The Brand

    The 30 Under 30 franchise has given Forbes another avenue to sell its advertising clients on cross-platform campaigns for top dollar. The post How Forbes’ 30 Under 30 franchise has become a top selling point for the brand appeared first on Digiday. Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 0:01 | From: digiday.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    ‘Outside The Four Walls Of A Restaurant’: Why The Infatuation Cooked Up A Marketplace Model During The Pandemic

    The NYC-focused marketplace, which offers everything from private dinners to cooking classes, will be braided into the rest of the Infatuation's business next year. The post ‘Outside the four walls of a restaurant’: Why The Infatuation cooked up a marketplace model during the pandemic appeared firs... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 0:01 | From: digiday.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    ‘I Believe Enough In This To Try To Do It Myself’: CollegeHumor Owner Sam Reich On The Brand’s Future Potential

    In January, IAC decided it was no longer willing to finance CollegeHumor and sold it to Sam Reich, who had joined the company in 2006 to build out original video. The post ‘I believe enough in this to try to do it myself’: CollegeHumor owner Sam Reich on the brand’s future potential appeared first o... Read more

  • Today Posted: December 1 2020 @ 0:01 | From: digiday.com | Tagged: Digital Marketing

    ‘We Want Our Brands To Be Where People Are’: As Gaming Becomes A Culture Touchstone, Advertisers Toggle In

    As the gaming audience grows, advertisers have a new batch of businesses pursuing their media dollars — video game developers. The post ‘We want our brands to be where people are’: As gaming becomes a culture touchstone, advertisers toggle in appeared first on Digiday. Read more