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Feb 21 Day by Day

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Ashworth Creative recently completed work on the Franklin D. Roosevelt Day by Day website, a project of the Pare Lorentz […]

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Oct 25 Are You a Genie, a Guru, or a Ninja?

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The evolution of marketing over the past several years has resulted in the development of new roles and positions in […]

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Oct 18 Advertising Critiques From Mom & Dad

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My Son Does Advertising features the work of Young & Rubicam copywriting intern Maximillian Urbanke and DDB art direction intern […]

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Oct 06 The Evolution of the “Ad Man”

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BuySellAds recently created a charming infographic, illustrating The Evolution of the Adverting Executive.   The typical 1960s advertising executive was the […]

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Sep 29 Is Mobile the Future of Healthcare Marketing?

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Technology is changing. The healthcare industry is changing. How can you differentiate your practice from all the others? A PricewaterhouseCoopers […]

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Sep 15 From Cave Painting to Social Media

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Marketer Philip Sheldrake and illustrator Nic Hinton joined forces to create this great infographic, “Content: An Illustrated History of Creation, […]

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Sep 06 Social Media Can’t Do Everything

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Social media is powerful, no doubt. But, as all good things do, it has its limitations. Brands shouldn’t dive headfirst […]

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Aug 30 QR Codes Now In-Store

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Back in June, Diesel stores in the UK brought QR codes to the brick-and-mortar shopping experience. Now, a retail outlet […]

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Aug 25 How Are Consumers Shopping for School?

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Online retailers, the landscape has changed. The back-to-school shopping season upon us – and online shoppers are expected to spend […]

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Aug 18 Engaging with Sales Reciepts

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Imagine the possibilities of revamping an often overlooked branding opportunity and customer touch point: the sales receipt. London-based design consultancy […]

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