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The United Nations’ Creative Department

October 3, 2014 | by Accepted Protege | Creative Find

An article was recently posted on that sheds light on possibly one of the biggest creative advertising groups that you’ve never heard of. The Graphic Design Unit (GDU) is a department within the United Nations responsible for all their creative content all over the world. This 10 person team has what Print Mag says is…

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Would You Pay to Use Facebook?

September 23, 2014 | by Accepted Protege | Civilian Water Cooler, Digital Trends

A recent post from made rounds this week titled, “Facebook To Begin Charging Users $2.99/mo Starting November 1st“. Naturally, the internet exploded. Users from all over expressed their outrage over the social media kingpin capitalizing on their growing 1.3 billion person user base. But we can all rest easy for now. The article was…

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The Next Generation of Mobile Apps

September 11, 2014 | by Accepted Protege | Creative Find, Digital Trends

Image via With the unveiling of the Apple Watch on Tuesday, the race for the next “big thing” in mobile apps is officially on. Apple was quick to announce the applications provided in their WatchKit already available on the Apple Watch upon its launch in 2015, some of which include the obvious Facebook and Twitter,…

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AP Journal #6: Inspiration, Are You There?

July 28, 2014 | by Accepted Protege | Civilian Water Cooler

Any job that calls for creativity usually requires a certain level of inspiration. A while back I wrote a piece on the creative process and the issues that I personally have with it. Although the final product that comes out of a creative process is interesting. What I find more interesting than the final product…

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AdEase AP Journal #4

July 11, 2014 | by Accepted Protege | Civilian Water Cooler

I never actually pictured myself working in media or advertising. I have always pictured myself working with franchisees, specifically in international development. I have been fortunate enough to work with a number of companies throughout my college experience and found, unexpectedly, that I actually have a passion for working in media. Realizing that businesses revolve…

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