"Il modo in cui vengono trattati i dipendenti creativi ha un effetto valanga sull’intera organizzazione aziendale. Infatti, creando e supportando una cultura aziendale che ispiri e promuova la creatività, tutti i collaboratori saranno spronati a offrire un maggiore numero di idee..."
Enter the rise of microsites. Unlike regular websites, microsites tend to be rather simplistic and easier to navigate. This isn't to say they won't make you want to poke around for a while, though. In fact, the really great ones do just that. Ready to see a few use cases? Check out the list below for some great examples of microsites in action....
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Images have never been more important in social. They’re the key to driving greater online engagement, much like a great headline in advertising. The only issue here is that if, like me, you aren’t über-skilled in graphic design, creating eye-catching engaging images can be difficult. So how can non-designers like me still create incredible images for social media? One way is by learning simple, repeatable design principles. Here are 3 key design principles that will help you create engaging social images every time!
For me, the key to finding my true self and expressing it with love and security, without the aid of alcohol or drugs, is meditation. There is no greater elixir for the human experience. Meditation becomes the lubricant that eases us into and out of reality. It slows down time and allows us to savor every moment.
Creative angst, writer’s block, imposter syndrome: whatever you want to call it, the business of making original work can sometimes be a struggle. Whether it’s the intimidating glare of a blank page or a winning idea turned muddy, humps in the creative road can incite bouts of self-doubt if not handled correctly. No-one is immune from the artistic jitters, regardless of talent, status or the number of Yellow Pencils adorning their office shelves. So we decided to investigate how creative greats from theatre, film, music, advertising, editorial and design have learned to get out of being stuck.
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