Everyone in San Francisco is buzzing about how much they hate Richard Sherman for his impulsive, egomaniacal outburst at the end of the Seahawks-49ers game. But was it really an impulsive outburst?
If 2013 was the year of native advertising and big data, will 2014 be the year of media and creative agency integration?
Got a slow week waiting for the gears of 2014 to start spinning? Check out this video of my presentation on the "Convergence of Storytelling and UX Design" at the Seattle Interactive Conference in October.
How does one "take the police out of policies" and establish a company value set that motivates, inspires, and develops your employees? Traction CEO Adam Kleinberg recently shared his thoughts on the topic in the iMedia Connection article Unique Company Values That Employees Love.
"Saying, 'Who does social in your organization?' is like saying, 'Who does email?' Everyone does." -- Adam Kleinberg
Adweek recently sat down with Traction CEO Adam Kleinberg to discuss the guiding philosophies behind Traction's work. Small data, silos, storytelling, social ubiquity, and the "rise of the robots" - watch the attached video interview for Adam's full message.
From the elves who brought you The Amazing Crap-O-Matic Gift Generator, behold The Amazing Crap-O-Matic Gift Tags! We've channeled our inner Martha Stewart so you don’t have to.
2013 was a great year of tumultuous change in the advertising industry. Lucky for you, the elves at Traction have been diligently typing and thinking away to help you make sense of it all.
Here are 13 ideas in blog posts and articles from the 2013.
This week, iMedia announced the winners of the 2013 iMedia Agency Awards in Scottsdale Arizona. Traction did not win the award for Small Agency of the Year.
Back by Popular Demand: The Amazing Crap-O-Matic Gift Generator. For those who don’t give a sh*t about the holiday spirit.
A few weeks ago, I gave a talk at the Seattle Interactive Conference on “The Convergence of UX Design and Storytelling. Today, as user experience designers, now need to consider the story that lives within our pages, not just the user flows that connect them together. We need to become storytellers.