ScribblePost, the World’s Productivity Network

ScribblePost, the World’s Productivity Network

Posted by on May 31, 2016 in AMC News, Design Thinking, Digital, Innovation | One Comment
There’s a lot of productivity tools out there, and if you’ve ever outsourced projects you’ve probably engaged with more than a few. The comes ScribblePost. [read more]

New year’s resolution? Try Design Thinking!

New year’s resolution? Try Design Thinking!

Posted by on Jan 5, 2016 in AMC News, Design Thinking, Innovation, Strategy | No Comments
This interesting article in the New York Times by Tara Parker-Pope suggests the use of Design Thinking not only for projects and businesses, but also to identify and achieve goals in your personal life. [read more]

The Future is Responsive Design

The Future is Responsive Design

Posted by on Feb 12, 2013 in AMC News, Digital, Innovation | No Comments
The way we consume and to a certain degree even create content has changed dramatically over the past 3 years. It’s crazy, but the first iPad only came out in April 2010! [read more]

Firebrand Talent Search Wins Best Brand at REA

Firebrand Talent Search Wins Best Brand at REA

Posted by on Oct 30, 2012 in AMC News, Branding, Innovation | No Comments
Congratulations to our client Firebrand Talent Search for winning Best Brand at the Thomson Reuters, 2012 Recruitment Excellence Awards (REA). [read more]

Nike She Runs The Night. 3 May 2012

Nike She Runs The Night. 3 May 2012

Posted by on Apr 3, 2012 in Campaign, Innovation, Social Media | 2 Comments
More than 3,200 women descended on Centennial Park, Sydney for the 13km race. The event forms part of the Nike Women’s Race Series, taking place in 15 cities around the world and involving more than 50,000 women. [read more]

The New Windows 8 Logo

The New Windows 8 Logo

Posted by on Feb 20, 2012 in Branding, Innovation | 10 Comments
As Microsoft frantically programs and polishes what may be its most important Windows update ever – Windows 8 – it has also revised the operating system’s visual identity. Windows 8 is a bold departure from previous editions, but has the logo kept pace? [read more]