What do Dean Cain, Bobcat Goldthwait, and a rotund man in a silver unitard all have in common? They are all part of Microsoft’s latest Internet Explorer 8 campaign developed by Indiana-based advertising agency, Bradley and Montgomery.
First of all, let’s get cleared what starring is good for. As in several fields of life, in e-mailing as well, people categorize stuff. Eg. you categorize music by genre, album, artist and even by popularity (manual or play count). You categorize files at work, you categorize letters at home, that’s why we have several drawers in our desks. But categorizing sometimes just makes a mess when you have something that could be put to category ‘A’ or category ‘B’. Of course labeling in the digital world offers a solution to that problem. The other problem, which I’m more interested in, is that there is always a category, that is signed by importance.
I am sure all of you saw my letter last week sharing something very personal with the Apple community. Unfortunately, the curiosity over my personal health continues to be a distraction not only for me and my family, but everyone else at Apple as well. In addition, during the past week I have learned that my health-related issues are more complex than I originally thought.
The Seams Store is now open for all of your creative clothing needs. At the moment we are still just a few students so the more t-shirts you buy the more t-shirts we can buy and delivery and the choice of t-shirts will get better.
You may remember this weblink that pointed to an article about what makes a great logo by Code Interactive. I've asked them to give me their review of the creativebits logo.
They said we have a great concept, but they think it can be a great logo! It received a 7/10 for the issues addressed in their description, but as they say it has the potential for logo greatness. Read what they had to say in detail.