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How Much Should Your Roots Define You?

February 5, 2020 | by Arthur Ebuen | Creative Find

CreativeMornings is a free talk series for creatives, entrepreneurs, developers, and crafters in advertising and marketing. It’s held the last Friday of every month with varying topics. These talks are meant to bring us together and hopefully inspire our work (and maybe personal) outlooks. After almost every one of these, I leave aspiring to do…

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Why (Some Of) Your Ads Should Suck

October 13, 2019 | by Ron Wesson | Advertising News, Creative Find, Digital Trends, How To’s

Ah, the advertising creative process. It’s why we do our jobs. Who doesn’t want to spend their days coming up with exciting, challenging, clever words, concepts, and images that impress our friends, make our moms proud, and delight our clients so much that they want to kiss us on the lips? Of course, all of…

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Comic-Con: Turning My Vacation Into a Professional Goal

July 31, 2019 | by Arthur Ebuen | Creative Find

Comic-Con is my scheduled summer vacation, every year. And every year I hear, “Are you going to dress up?” Interesting fact, only about 12% of attendees cosplay (dress up). And to answer that question, no, I don’t. Nothing against it but any attempt from me to make a costume would be a great disservice to…

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Technology in the Creative Space – Lessons Learned from Adobe Max

October 23, 2018 | by Cristina Lee | Creative Find, Digital Trends

If there is one thing I know, it is that my knowledge of technological advancements doesn’t even scratch the surface of the amount there is to learn on the subject. Whether it’s recognized or not, technology is advancing exponentially and changing lives every single day. I also know that the latest “up”date is already “out-of”date…

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Too Much To Tweet: Good/Bad Photoshop

November 16, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Creative Find, Too Much To Tweet

The Healing Power of Good/Bad Photoshop   I once had a professor who referred to combining two mismatched photos (see example above) as a misuse of Photoshop’s capabilities. However, I would argue that it is the ultimate use of Photoshop’s capabilities, as well as an enviable skill to possess. Have you ever tried smoothly transitioning…

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