Facebook announced significant changes to its Newsfeed based on feedback about how users want to experience news and information in their feed. These changes came into effect January 11. The overhaul means you’ll see more posts from friends that have created buzz with comments. This also means you may see fewer branded videos and content […]
This year, once again we hosted an intern from Red River College’s Creative Communications program. The students are in their second-year of the program and getting ready to enter the workforce and keen to get a start on their careers. In every case since starting, we have had excellent experiences with the interns that instructor […]
Toronto agency Zulu Alpha Kilo wants everyone to just say “NO!” to spec work. What is spec work anyway and why is it so harmful to the advertising and creative industry? Let’s talk first about what this phrase means. The full version is SPECULATIVE WORK. Speculative meaning, “engaged in, expressing, or based on conjecture […]
Here is the clip from our principal Susie Erjavec Parker talking about social media and privacy with CTV Morning Live’s Kelly Linehan.
Once again, Facebook is updating its Terms Of Service as of January 1, 2015. In the Facebook Newsroom, it’s explained that Facebook wants to put more control in the hands of its users to determine how much of our information we share and with whom. In the last couple of weeks, many people were taking […]