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Published: Feb 27th, 2015

Friday’s Review of Winning Websites

Wicked websites from around the world

 Drinking is good for you when you drink with Savse! Friday (or wine day as we like to call it) has rolled around again, and we have rounded up a few more wicked websites from around the world. Check out this cheeky little number... Read More

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Published: Feb 26th, 2015

Editing Techniques – Making the Cut

Controlling time and space from a little dark room

  The theory behind relational editing techniques can provide depth to each cut, but if you want to know more about the practical applications of editing techniques  -  read on: Jump Cut: A simple cut from one scene to another. Two sequential shots of... Read More

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Published: Feb 24th, 2015

The Invisible Art of Editing

The concepts behind the cuts

    Lights, camera, action, those three words have become the standard cliché of movie making and video production, but this is just the beginning, it’s in the edit suite that the production is sliced, diced, shaped, honed, toned and made complete. Most normal... Read More

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Published: Feb 20th, 2015

Five Trending Website Designs this Friday in February

Websites to Inspire...

  Website design just keeps getting better. More creative, more features, more ways of telling a story, more than just an online presence for business, these websites are creative works. However, as Paul Cookson once said, “great web design without functionality is like a sports... Read More

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Published: Feb 19th, 2015

Add More to the Corporate Video Montage – with a little help from Eisenstein.

To be pedantic and technically speaking, all film is a montage. As Hitchcock said, "You can do anything you want with montage. Cinema is simply pieces of film put together in a manner that creates ideas and emotions."  The art of cutting together scenes... Read More

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Published: Feb 13th, 2015

Adding Value to Corporate Video with the Art of Geometry

In corporate video, we strive to find innovative ways of telling a corporate story; applying techniques from the art of filmmaking is one way of a creative edge and consequently, value. When filming a scene, whether it’s there is a dialogue or a monologue... Read More

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Published: Feb 10th, 2015

Driving Graphic Design to Think Outside the Lines

When is a logo more than just a logo?

When it becomes the marketing campaign to show the features of the product.  Here’s a clever use of the Volkswagen logo, we can only imagine the designer staring at this logo for hour upon hour before divine inspiration struck with an idea oh-so brilliant... Read More

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Published: Feb 6th, 2015

Behind the Graphic Design Lies the Subconscious Mind

In the beginning of the capitalist world was the word and the word was LOGO! Today the word “logo” is used to denote a branding symbol, but to be linguistically correct there is a distinction between symbol and logo. A symbol is an image... Read More

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Published: Feb 2nd, 2015

The Art of Creative Collaboration

The A to Z of Dance

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFZxK8edZWA[/embed] Creative expression takes many forms: painting, sculpture, video production and so on… When creatively minded people come together to work on a collaborative effort, the results can either be a crazy whirlwind of egos, insecurities, and mismatched ideas, or a beautiful synergy, where... Read More

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