Posts Tagged ‘design’

How FX Marketing President Stephanie Gibbons Stuck the American Horror Story Promotional Landing

Lauren Nelson | September 20th, 2016

You might not be an American Horror Story fan. I wouldn’t blame you. The extravagant horror anthology from Ryan Murphy is at turns decadent, grotesque, and terrifying, and that’s not for everyone. But even if the scary stuff isn’t your thing, you should definitely be a fan of FX President of Marketing Stephanie Gibbons after […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: smarikaahuja

Audree | September 15th, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this presentation project. Let us start the slow clap for smarikaahuja. Check out more great work on smarikaahuja’s profile page. Nicely done, smarikaahuja, nicely done!

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Can A Hoodie Increase Brand Equity?

Nick Bowersox | September 12th, 2016

Image credit: Twitch   In 2014, video streaming platform Twitch announced that they were launching their online store with one product: a purple zip-up hoodie with the Twitch logo on the left chest. To those outside the gaming world, it was just another hoodie. To attendees of gaming conventions and tournaments, it was a chance […]

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The Most Underutilized Question in Web Design

Lauren Nelson | September 8th, 2016

  Web design has come a long way since the days of Angelfire chaos. We’ve learned a lot about what appeals to those surfing the web, and how they use their sites once they get there. Those lessons gave rise to a moniker that’s all too familiar these days: UX. In truth, the user experience […]

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Rise of the Creative Robots? Not So Fast

Lauren Nelson | September 1st, 2016

The idea that one day everyone’s jobs would be taken over machines is nothing new. In some ways, it’s already happened. The industrial revolution displaced any number of jobs by automatic a great deal of blue collar labor. As scientific development has expanded, though, what was once a rough economic transition for labor markets has been […]

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