‘You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink’, it’s an old adage but it seemed to resonate at our Omobono Business Breakfast last Friday. As we tucked into our poached eggs and crispy bacon, both the coffee and discussion flowed freely.
17 November 2015
LinkedIn’s Talent Connect conference was held at the ExCel Centre in London on 21st and 22nd October. Across two days, a huge amount of insight into how to plan, implement and monitor the success of talent acquisition (TA) strategies was shared by a number of global leaders in TA.
04 November 2015
Posted by: Maddie Cosco
Great News! Our very own Ben Dansie has been placed at number 60 on this year’s Drum Digerati list. The list is an annual celebration of the 100 most influential people across the breadth of the UK’s digital marketing industries and is nominated for by the readers. He’s in great company too alongside people from Google, Twitter and Unilever.
19 October 2015
Posted by: Holly Balmforth
Is it marketing? Is it IT? Is it customer service? Is it media? Whatever the answer, it’s a very good question.
15 October 2015
Posted by: Fran Brosan
Following an initial discovery phase, we will often start the design process with scamping and sketching. We look to collaborate, test and iterate early before moving into higher-fidelity wireframes. The detail of these wireframes can range widely, influenced by a number of factors - how they are to be used, project scope, the client, timescales and even the tool being used to create them.
At a time when almost every manual process imaginable is being treated to a digital facelift in the form of an app or web-based service, it may seem surprising that the humble business card has managed to endure.
24 September 2015
Posted by: Paul Howarth
The headline article in this week’s Marketing Week celebrates the top rated companies for customer experience. Those that made it to the top spots include Lush, First Direct, John Lewis and Richer Sounds. Interestingly all have similar approaches and attitudes when it comes to what makes a great customer experience.
UK Agency Award
Google unveiled its new logo on 1st September. Sans serif and supposedly dividing options, it’s the biggest change seen by the brand since its inception 17 years ago. Jumping on the critique bandwagon, here’s our take on the evolution.