Warner Bros.’ brand identity got a face lift! Dee Dee Myers, WB’s executive vice president of worldwide corporate communications and public affairs, decided the overall brand could use some cohesiveness. Warner Bromance In October 2019, WarnerMedia announced the addition of HBO Max, launching WB studios into direct competition with other streaming services like Netflix andContinue reading “Lookin’ Good Bro!”
As usual, in January of a new year we’re bombarded with the “Best of the Best” of EVERYTHING. Curated by AdWeek’s creative directors, here’s a few of my fav ads from 2019. Rain | Wieden+Kennedy Many members of the graphic design and advertising industries continue to argue, claiming “print is dead”. But global ad agencyContinue reading “3 of the Best Ads of 2019”
Happy New Year friends! This year, I’ll be putting forth more effort to continue my personal industry education by regularly posting on my blog. I will be writing weekly news posts featuring interesting finds I’ve discovered relative to the graphic design and advertising industries. On a monthly basis, I will be recapping design trends startingContinue reading “Welcome to 2020”
One of my favorite things to do at the beginning of each year is to explore the predicted graphic trends.
With all the political turmoil and Super Bowl LI aftermath, it was hard to find some graphic design news worth reading! I finally came across a fun fact about the new Nintendo Switch™ console logo. The icon that resides above the word mark is a simple design with an apparent symmetry that satisfies even the most advanced ofContinue reading “Nintendo Switch™ Logo has a Secret!”
Having been on the marketing side of graphic design for nearly a year and a half now, I’ve gained a very new and valuable perspective. Successful design and marketing are equally essential in the success and growth of a business. We get that. But Adweek‘s Erik Oster covers of a study done by RSW/US, a leadingContinue reading “Marketing or Agency”