Slide presentations usually suck–but a good designer can turn that around. Here are four tips for selling your ideas. PowerPoints are awful. Long and uninteresting, they are the corporate drone of visual
For the past several months, creepy clowns have been terrorizing America, with sightings of actual clowns in at least 10 different states. These fiendish clowns have reportedly tried to lure women and
I believe you can learn something from everyone — as long as you’re listening. We’re always building on the legacy and lessons of those who have come before us. For marketers, this is quite a legacy indeed.
Branding is simultaneously exciting and intimidating. The notion of building a new company, complete with a new identity, from scratch is exhilarating, but at the same time, you’ve heard the statistics;
It's been said that the ability to write well helps a person to achieve focus, which leads to better, clearer thinking. But how can you learn to write better? Enter the timeless advice of David Ogilvy.
When it comes to reliability, Pixar is pretty much second only to the sun. Just as every morning that fiery ball of light rises in the east, the movie studio behind “Finding Nemo,” “Toy Story” and “Cars”
On November 22, it will be exactly 20 years since the American release of Pixar’s Toy Story, the world’s first computer-generated (CG) feature film. A few days later Pixar will open its 16th film, The
fastcocreate.com - About the author Nicole LaPorte is an LA-based writer for Fast Company who writes about where technology and entertainment intersect. She previously was a columnist for The New York Times and a staff writer for Newsweek/The Daily Beast and Variety More
Use a trick from an Oscar-winning Pixar director to recalibrate when it feels like everything is going wrong
He's won two Academy Awards for his direction of 2009 film "Up" and 2015 film "Inside Out," and has been nominated for four more. But that doesn't mean he never feels like everything is going wrong. In
The Johnston typeface has a new look for its 100th birthday. The iconic typeface of the London Underground is getting a revamp. Design firm Monotype has been commissioned to rework the letters, numbers