David Bowie Inspired Illustration for Sound and Vision
We love illustration here at Pale Blue Dot. It can be used in so many different ways.
New Taylor & Boyd Website Showcases Impressive Portfolio
We recently designed and built a new website for Structural and Civil Engineers firm, Taylor & Boyd.
New Website For Queen’s University Belfast’s Policy Engagement Department: QPOL
QPol is the ‘front door’ for public policy engagement at Queen’s University Belfast, supporting academics and policymakers in sharing evidence-based research and ideas on the major social, cultural and economic challenges facing us regionally, nationally and beyond.
Why blogging style is just as important as blogging content
A couple of weeks ago, Jaime and I were lucky enough to speak at the Association of British Professional Conference Organisers symposium at the Barbican in London.
Reflections on Ad Age Digital Conference Part II – Project Re Brief
I was fortunate enough to attend the first screening of Google's new film Project Re Brief last week in New York after spending two days listening to leading industry experts talk about the changing face of display advertising.
Reflections on Ad Age Digital Conference Part I – Brand Storytelling
Brand Storytelling Brand Storytelling is one of my major takeaways from the Ad Age Digital conference in New York last week.
Shock, horror! An anti drink drive ad without any shock, horror!
I came across this ad from New Zealand this morning. It's aimed at teens and early twenties males in an attempt to reduce drink driving.
Custom BBQ Branding Irons and Muscle Cars. It must be the 4th July
For once the weather has been exceptionally appropriate today, just in time for us to embrace some 4th of July celebrations.
What were Groupon thinking with their Super Bowl ads?
Who knows what Groupon were thinking when they produced these ads for Super Bowl XLV.
Great marketing starts, somewhere over the rainbow
The old advertising adage that if you get the strategic or creative direction pointing in the wrong direction at the beginning of a project, you'll always end up in the wrong place is as true now as it was 75 years ago when first proposed by JWT.