<preamble> I didn’t discover The Walking Dead until it was into its second season. I’d heard about it, and I’d stumbled upon the first season DVD set at Christmas in

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A couple weeks ago I got the agency online. Sure, they were already on Facebook, with a pretty high number of followers. But now they’re on Twitter, where I’m hoping to

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Every social media platform is different, with different purposes and reach. Facebook is great for staying connected with people and organizations you’ve already got a relationship with. Instagram is a very

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If you were aware of videogames back in 2006, you definitely encountered this ad for the upcoming Xbox360 blockbuster “Gears Of War”: All around me are familiar faces, worn out

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If you’re here on my site, chances are you’ve figured out by now that I’m a graphic designer/illustrator by trade who writes screenplays in his off-time and is currently turning

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I’ve been working for years with the Big Brothers Big Sisters agency in Greater Sudbury. The one one big fundraiser I always help them with is the Bowl For Kids

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I’ve spent years working with nonprofits (most notably, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Sudbury). One realization that I came to early on in our time working together was how

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THE LONG STORY: I’ve been playing with social media lately. After delving into “Branding Yourself: How to Use Social Media to Invent or Reinvent Yourself“, I began musing upon the potential that

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Sometimes a designer just has to make a fun picture. It could apply to any creative endeavor, really. Keep chasing those dreams, folks. (and yes, that is a Looney Toons

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Do you remember this one? It’s a classic, and a real example of how we invest in things that technically aren’t real, save in our own imaginations. Personification, expections, subversions of

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