New Years is right around the corner, and with it, the busiest season for health clubs. Every year, health club marketers ramp up their marketing efforts in order to prepare for the rush of resolutioners. But is that the best strategy? Let’s look at some strategies health clubs can employ to increase gym members throughout […]
At Current360, we’re fortunate to partner with a wide variety of clients in the restaurant and beverage industries. To help them remain competitive, it’s important that we stay on top of emerging trends that can impact their success. This requires constant primary and secondary market research, as well as taking advantage of our clients’ own
Ask most people if they enjoy seeing advertisements and the majority will say, “no.” But ask them if they frequently read blogs and news feeds, peruse Pinterest for recipes and design ideas or watch viral videos, and you’ll get a different answer. In a world with DVR and ad-free subscription services, our job as communicators
Any agency folks reading know how difficult it can be to find time for your own website. Looming deadlines, new business, ongoing maintenance and refining existing projects, fill the days and weeks with plenty of other work to focus on. Then it hits you, again, “We have GOT to get our new site deployed.” So
In my time at Current360 I’ve had the pleasure of working on two festivals. Both were produced on a large scale and encompassed numerous events over a period of time. And like with any event, both had one million moving parts that needed to be well managed and handled with care. However, there was one
I was in the office a few weekends ago, catching up on correspondence and cleaning up from the cyclone that must have whipped across my desk during the week. Always up for learning something new, I was poking around the Internet and landed on a learning site, General Assembly. GA offered me Dash, which promised I would
Digital advertising times are-a-changin’. And these days, less is more. Not in the sense that less work equals better performance, but that quality is being valued much higher than quantity. For years, the name of the game was, “How many impressions can I get for the least amount of money?” Publishers and vendors loved it.
A recently read a couple of tutorials that addressed two of the things that have, at different points in my design career, been the bane of my existence: mastering bezier curves in Illustrator and getting a good mask on an image with a complex edge in Photoshop. Curves in Illustrator For most of my career,