Why are so many things broken? In this entertaining talk - one of the favorites of Gel 2006 - http://gelconference.com/c/gel06.php Seth Godin gives a tour of things poorly designed, the reasons why they are that way, and how to fix them. See also: Seth's Blog, where Seth writes daily on marketing, business, and other issues - http://sethgodin.typepad.com/+ More details
For more detail; http://tinyurl.com/nxs9zwz This is abstract four color logo reveal which appeals with its dynamic animations, modern style and simplicity. Hope You like it, enjoy! Project features Works for Adobe After Effects CS5 and above Resolution FULL HD 1080p & HD 720p No plugins needed 30fps & 16bpc Duration 13 sec Color coded including color and opacity of shadows Easy editable and well documented Synchronized animations with music Help file+ More details
www.zaudinbusinessclub.com Para superar estos momentos de incertidumbre económica es imprescindible generar nuevas fórmulas de cooperación entre empresas que conlleven a generar negocio, por este motivo nace ZAUDIN BUSINESS CLUB. Este vídeo presenta su inauguración oficial, la cual tuvo lugar el pasado 24 de Febrero de 2015 y contó con la presencia del Excmo. Sr. D. Juan Ignacio Zoido, Alcalde de Sevilla. Estamos compuestos por empresas pioneras en modelos, tecnologías y servicios. Invertimos en la preparación de nuestros equipos humanos y ofrecemos seguridad en el empleo. Actuamos como socios en nuestras relaciones y permanecemos conectados a redes que nos permiten tener un mayor alcance, mejor posicionamiento y acceder a recursos adicionales. Tenemos metas a largo plazo en las que la relación juega un papel importante. Por este motivo nuestra misión es la de Promover el Networking Ejecutivo bajo el paradigma Win-Win. (ganar..ganar). Zaudin Bussines Club es ya todo un éxito con más de cien empresas y no nos cabe la menor duda de que será el club de negocio de más prestigio de la provincia de Sevilla.+ More details
my summer vacation directed by David Lewandowski https://twitter.com/badmocap 私はばかです、また、これはばかです。 Music is "The Mexican Cactus" by Jean-Jacques Perrey (licensed from UMPG) electronic press kit available on request @badmocap Original grocery store music available here; https://soundcloud.com/jamievance/late-for-meeting-grocery-store youtube link available here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBqM2ytqHY4 credits: Sound designer and original grocery store music composer; Jamie Vance http://jamievance.me on-set vfx assistant; William Mendoza http://hoax.cc fluids artist; Josh Johnson http://www.vfxdaily.com colorist; christian sprenger special thanks David Estis, Karina Benesh, Maxim Lazarov, Zachary Johnson, Jeffrey Max, Fatalfarm, Superior Grocery, Meea's hotdogs, The Oinkster, and Walgreens Eaglerock.+ More details
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For the first time in over a decade, the Philippine economy is on the upswing and the Filipino people are realizing their potential. The world watches as the Philippines moves forward. A business feature produced by Asia Business Channel and broadcast on Channel News Asia in 2013. Featuring interviews with prominent Filipino figures such as President Benigno Aquino, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Ramon del Rosario Jr., Rene Almendras and Ramon Jimenez. This program discusses recent developments in the Southeast Asian republic along with the successes and challenges it faces halfway into the Aquino administration. Producer/Director/Writer: Francisco "Kit" Reyes (Shutter Republic) Director of Photography: Stefan Herbruger (Shutter Republic) Post-Production: Underground Logic Narrator: Trevor Jones Shot on location in The Philippines. An Asia Business Channel Production for Channel News Asia/Mediacorp. © 2012+ More details
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Running a business is about more than just the numbers — it’s about people and human ambition. To encapsulate this, Grey London has created a film depicting one man’s journey, from the launch of his company in 1974 up until the present day, and tells the story of everything he’s experienced in between: the up-and-down, four-decade journey of a business, from start-up to multinational corporation. The twist? It’s set entirely in a lift. “The lift film is really a metaphor for the journey of a business and the people that run it. It takes us through time, and you get to see and feel events in the lifecycle of a business. Yes, it’s a lift journey but it’s the most extraordinary lift journey in the world”, says Nick Rowland, Creative Director at Grey London. As the lift — and the business — progresses upwards, a multitude of storylines play out within nine square feet: shaking hands on that first deal, watching the number of employees swell and an office romance blossom, office politics and arguments, the bad times — and the anger and frustration they can bring, the crucial deal with foreign investors… Given the intimate and up-close nature of the location, the shoot was a considerable undertaking in attention to detail — from wardrobe, makeup and hairstyling to prosthetics and props. Not only did the actor have to look 40 years older by the end of the film, everything in the lift had to represent the style of the era being portrayed. The end result is as much a mesmerising portrait of four decades as it is the life of a business. It was directed by Gary Freedman of The Glue Society through Independent films. Gary Freedman of The Glue Society says: “This is about the journey of a business but at its core, it is a human story and very much centred around a main character, covering all the emotional ups and downs of his life. Telling such an expansive story within the confines of a lift was a very interesting challenge, but that restriction allowed us to really develop creative, often unexpected, ideas.” “It’s a simple idea and it allows a really good story to be told”, adds Rowland. The film, which will air globally (including in the UK and Hong Kong) on TV and inflight media, is part of HSBC’s It’s Never Just Business campaign, which launched last year with press, outdoor, digital and airport executions. CREDITS: Project name: Lift Client: Sarah Threadgould, Head of Marketing Communications and Campaign Strategy, Global Commercial Bank, HSBC Creative agency: Grey London Creative Director: Nick Rowland Copywriter: Jamie Starbuck Copywriter: Theo Bayani Art director: Miguel Gonzales Account team: Barbara Waite, Alex Clarke Agency producer: Harriette Larder Planner: Matthew Gladstone Media agency: Mindshare Media planner: Edward Fall Production company: Independent Films Director: Gary Freedman, The Glue Society Executive Producer: Jani Guest Producer: Jason Kemp DOP: Stephane Fontaine Editor: Adam Spivey Post-production: Tom Johnson @ The Mill Soundtrack composer: Yann Tiersen Audio post-production: Sam Robson @ 750mph+ More details
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