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Cards vs social media

Wednesday 10th August 2016 | Tagged as: social media, Print, Lucy Williams, Cards

Author: Lucy Williams

Ok, I admit it. The world of social media is incredible. It has opened up possibilities many of us could have only dreamed of, however, even this now ubiquitous method of communications does have its pitfalls.

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How paper could be impacting your artistic practice

Thursday 04th August 2016 | Tagged as: Louise Lazell, Paper

Author: Louise Lazell

When looking at a drawing, painting or photograph, how often do you think to yourself: ‘I wonder what sort of paper they used for that?’ Not very often, I imagine. While studying for a Fine Art degree at university, it took me until my third year to actually consider how the paper I was using to draw on was impacting the final look and feel of my work.

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My week at AD Communications

Wednesday 27th July 2016 | Tagged as: Work Experience, Intern, Student

Author: Charlotte Coombes

My last week of sixth form was swapped for a week of work experience at AD Communications. Having had a part time job already, I remember stubbornly asking ‘What more experience do I need?’, but my mum, a friend of Shireen’s, kindly asked if it was ok for me to spend a week at a PR agency. I went into the office having known zilch about PR and I can now leave knowing I’ve learnt a great deal more.

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Avoiding distractions and improving productivity

Wednesday 13th July 2016 | Tagged as: Daniel Porter, Productivity, workplace

Author: Daniel Porter

“Being a good writer is 3% effort – 97% not getting distracted by the internet” - Anonymous

The quote above first came to my attention a few years ago when I was working in the book publishing industry. It was pasted into the email signature of an author whose book I was creating a marketing plan for and, though I’ve never managed to find out who said it first, I’ve always felt it had a real ring of truth about it.

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Planet of the Apps

Wednesday 06th July 2016 | Tagged as: Michael Grass, Technology, Apps

Author: Michael Grass

There’s an app for that”. It’s funny to think how one of the most popular phrases in contemporary lexicon would’ve meant zilch ten years ago. Yet, just a decade later, it’s astonishing just how much mobile applications have substantially empowered us in this digital age. Whether they’re used for matchmaking, hitching a ride, or flinging disgruntled avians at wobbly structures, it really does seem like there’s an app for everything these days. More importantly, many mobile apps effortlessly achieve something brands have been trying to do for years on end: they keep us connected.

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