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  • How To Survive 2021: Keep On Collaborating

    From reimagining office culture online to using the wealth of virtual events to make new contacts, creatives discuss how to make collaboration a key part of your work this year The post How to survive 2021: Keep on Collaborating appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How To Survive 2021: Keep On Collaborating

    January 13 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Animator JiHee Nam Talks About Finding Her Style And Working For Herself

    The CalArts graduate discusses her latest short film, her creative process, and the challenges she’s faced so far in the industry The post Animator JiHee Nam talks about finding her style and working for herself appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Animator JiHee Nam Talks About Finding Her Style And Working For Herself

    January 13 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Camo, Flags, And The Kraken: Experts Decode The Symbols Of The Capitol Insurrectionists

    When insurrectionists stormed the Capitol last week, many came armed with weapons, but even more were adorned in symbols that were designed to shock, intimidate and project hate. There was an enormous noose and gallows, confederate flags, and a hoodie emblazoned with the words “Camp Auschwitz.” President Donald Trump has long courted white supremacists and those who feel left behind in a diverse,... Continue reading Camo, Flags, And The Kraken: Experts Decode The Symbols Of The Capitol Insurrectionists

    January 13 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How One Engineer Went From Startups To Google

    Welcome to the latest edition of “My Path to Google,” where we talk to Googlers, interns and alumni about how they got to Google, what their roles are like and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.Today’s post is all about Avital Zipori, a software engineer at our Tel Aviv office. Always lured by the startup world, she first turned down an offer from Google. After filling her startup fi... Continue reading How One Engineer Went From Startups To Google

    January 13 Digital Marketing | www.blog.google
  • New York Gov. Cuomo: Empty Offices Should Become Housing

    Like many cities around the world, New York City has seen life drained from its commercial core, as offices have been left to sit nearly empty for months. These unoccupied offices raise a lot of questions about the future of work, the future of cities, and whether buildings built to hold offices will even make sense in a world so thoroughly upended by a pandemic. But they may also be offering some... Continue reading New York Gov. Cuomo: Empty Offices Should Become Housing

    January 13 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • ‘When Can I Schedule A COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment?’ Why The Government Can’t Answer This Simple Question

    After months of darkness, the nation received a glimmer of light as pictures of frontline workers getting vaccinations hit social media. But that small ray of light is dimming as nearly all states struggle to administer the vaccine with no federally coordinated rollout plan, and faulty technology guiding their efforts. The vaccine has been distributed to hospitals in all 50 states, with rollout pl... Continue reading ‘When Can I Schedule A COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment?’ Why The Government Can’t Answer This Simple Question

    January 13 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Top 8 Typography Trends Of 2021 (infographic)

    Words are symbols that have evolved over time to carry emotions, document history, and may even be one of modern civilization’s most powerful inventions. Even though we now have the power to work in digital and virtual worlds, the symbols that create our written language remain relevant. So, it’s no surprise that the art of typography has continued to have a powerful impact on design.The team at T... Continue reading Top 8 Typography Trends Of 2021 (infographic)

    January 13 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • What SupplyChain Object Shows About Seller Behavior

    “The Sell Sider" is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media.   Today’s column is written by Ian Trider, VP of RTB platform operations at Centro. SupplyChain Object, along with its companion Sellers.json, are critical tools for enhancing transparency in the programmatic ecosystem. They enable ad platforms... Continue reading » The post W... Continue reading What SupplyChain Object Shows About Seller Behavior

    January 13 Advertising | feeds2.feedburner.com
  • Big Tech Cracks Down On QAnon; Rumble Sues Google Over Search Rankings

    Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. QAnon Booted Just days after permanently banning President Trump’s account, Twitter started cracking down on conspiracy theorists spreading disinformation on the platform, The New York Times reports. Twitter removed more than 70,000 accounts on Monday that promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory. The suspensions were... Con... Continue reading Big Tech Cracks Down On QAnon; Rumble Sues Google Over Search Rankings

    January 13 Advertising | feeds2.feedburner.com
  • ‘Always On Trauma Machine’: Social Media Managers Grapple With Burnout, Leaving The Industry

    Long hours, low pay, endless hateful comments and today’s starkly polarized political climate is adding fuel to the fire, according to social media managers. The post ‘Always on trauma machine’: Social media managers grapple with burnout, leaving the industry appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading ‘Always On Trauma Machine’: Social Media Managers Grapple With Burnout, Leaving The Industry

    January 13 Digital Marketing | digiday.com