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We have fully embraced the Pokémon GO craze here at Bigfish--but in the midst of our hunt for the elusive rare Pokémon, we didn't fail to notice the power that the Pokémon brand continues to have, even years after it became popular.
Bigfish Brand Strategist and Account Manager, Kathryn Jarosz, shares an unexpected tip that can help you stay on brand through your day-to-day decisions.
The Bigfish creative team was recently honored with a Communicator Award for our interactive marketing campaign for life insurance provider Pacific Life. Our combination of impeccable creative work, interactive web design and artfully written content made the Fortune 500 company’s dreams a reality, and we had a blast putting our creative abilities to work.
High quality design is an integral part of what we do here at Bigfish. When our Account Manager, Joleen Jansen, had the opportunity to return to her alma mater to work with design students, we jumped at the chance to have some of our Bigfish talent mentor the future of the creative industry.
Bigfish Creative Director, Kevin Cornwell, reflects on how he applies the principles taught at his alma mater, ArtCenter College of Design, into his daily work for our clients.
Let’s be real: dads rock. In honor of Father’s Day, we put together a round up of six ads that honor some of the best parts about having a dad. Hopefully these ads will inspire you to thank your dad for being there for you this Father’s Day—whether it was through a few first dates, some killer playtime or a bit of house cleaning.
Our fearless leader spells out his belief in holding ourselves accountable and the importance of reacting to real-time results across our campaigns.
It’s Melissa Berkey’s turn in the spotlight. We asked our recently named Associate Creative Director a few questions.
Important changes are being made to Instagram and Twitter feeds. Twitter recently switched from feeding posts in reverse chronological order to feeding posts based upon algorithmic analysis of user interest. Instagram did as well. The new feeds aim to give users what they want directly, rather than making them self-sort. The new feeds—shocker alert—have been controversial.