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Case Study Outtakes: King Midas (Content Management)

It’s rare that we take meetings with royalty, but that’s not because we aren’t interested. Every rank of noble is welcome to discuss their branding and web design needs, be they Earl, Archduke, or Viscount. Kings and Queens, of course, would be given extra-special attention.

Even cursed ones like Midas, who … CONTINUE READING /

Case Study Outtakes: Celery (Blog Content + Short Films)

In our ongoing series of Case Studies of work we half-completed, I was reminded of some work we began for Celery. Through a kind referral, Celery contacted us through the main email on our website, and — thinking of the breadth of possibilities of marketing a client like Celery — we … CONTINUE READING /

Making Meetings

I’ll admit it, I’m not a big fan of regular meetings. I generally think they’re 1.) not that productive, 2.) don’t really lead to actionable items to get more things done, and 3.) likely to become a void for weird energy rife with confusion and a lack of direction. Not to … CONTINUE READING /