So why are infographics so popular these days? Before answering that question, I want to define what I mean by “infographic.” Wikipedia’s definition says information graphics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly. And if that doesn’t do it for you, here’s an infographic on the [...]
R+M president, Greg Norton, joined hammers with 30 Triangle executives in the annual Habitat for Humanity CEO Build. The teams built and framed walls for houses that will soon provide three deserving families with a place to call home.
Marketing automation explained in terms we’d all prefer to read about: Star Wars.
FROM THE WORK WELL: We sit, day after day in front of computer monitors that are too low, chairs that are too high, with equipment that has our limbs all curled up into knots. And if you asked me, “Are you comfortable?” I’d say, “Perfectly.”
Susan M. Nettles (Wandy), 18 years of service, has been named Vice President of Brand Culture and Chris A. Holleman (Thor), 14 years of service, has been named Executive Interactive Director.
When a brand delivers a remarkable experience that leaves you thirsty for more, we consider those THIRST moments. We congratulate three companies who gave us an experience that’s worthy of applause.
Every Wednesday, our crew carves out some time to shake the hump day slump and exercise our critical eye by quickly evaluating design work that grabbed our attention in the previous week. No formality, no filter. Just reactions. If you love it, you hump it. If you don’t, you bump it. We want to bring you in on the fun. Remember, the goal isn’t to share the “right” opinion, it’s to share one at all.
Beverly Murray, CEO of R+M, was elected to the Triangle Family Services Advisory Board during the organization’s August 2012 meeting. Her four-year term begins in November 2012.
Maybe it’s a sign of age (I’m writing this on my birthday, which brings me another year closer to old), but as a writer I’m getting a bit peeved at these young whippersnappers who are dismantling the English language with their inane quest to coolify words by shortening them.