Our automated response of ‘busy’ after asked how we are, may have bigger affects on us and those around us than we think. Tyler Wardis has an interesting perspective that challenges this response as he dissects that keeping overly busy can mean a lack of confidence and an inability to manage our schedules. Take a [...]
AIGA Idaho and BAF hosted Nick Thiel of Hornell Anderson this week to talk to us about “Brand Largesse.” The secret little gems that come in the form of creative 404 pages, fun games on loading pages (Starbucks) and secret labels in your cycling jacket that you find by surprise (Rapha). As a design director, [...]
Every once in a while we run into an ad campaign that can’t help but make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. That was the case with this great Coca Cola spot that shows just how much good we can do if we all work together to focus on the perceptions and relationship we [...]
Join AIGA Idaho and the Boise Advertising Federation for lunch with Nick Thiel, Design Director at Hornall Anderson in Seattle. Nick will be discussing the idea of ”Brand Largesse.” Get your tickets here.
We’re planning to check out the newest Idaho Youth Ranch Thrift Store in Eagle this Saturday, January 11th at 9:00am! We are excited to check out all the great clothing, amazing furniture, antiques, collectibles, household goods and other items that await.
Check out the great items available at the new store HERE.
Eagle Idaho Youth Ranch Thrift Store
If you’ve ever had the displeasure of reading an ill-formatted eBook or always felt like something was off as you struggled to make it through a digital edition of that novel on your reading list, then Why I dropped eBooks is for you. Matt Quinn sums up our feelings on the initial joy of digital [...]
We were honored to have our duck (Nacho) selected as a finalist in Promo Shop’s 1st Annual “Design a Duck” contest! Furthermore, they put together this awesome keepsake calendar for all of the finalists. Thanks Promoshop!
Design is in the details. At least that is the case that designer Dan Saffer makes in his new book Microinteractions. Click HERE to read more.
What do you think?
RFP’s were due today for any of you professionals keen on building a bike share in downtown Boise, which as of this post, leaves you with exactly one hour and forty-six minutes to get your stuff together. Boise Bicycle Project’s map page lists out the proposed stops, as the bike share program aims to provide easy [...]
Stunt or not, Digitas’ new interactive ad for Moto X seems promising. It requires the reader to pull a tab that activates wafer-thin LEDs and batteries that bring life to a static shot of it’s latest smartphone. After activation, the user is able to touch colored circles that change the color of the phone, reinforcing [...]