All you want is 24 hours and you’ll be grand again.
[…] Anyone that is single and looking for a quick fix solution to getting off the shelf should consider the lunge.
You can see the very best of what we see on Instagram at @duarteinc.
And we’ll be sharing our experiences on our Duarte Facebook page.
With seven ‘second dates’ lined up for the next few weeks, we’re thrilled to conclude that our hard work paid off in the short time we had with each brand.
Ellie Anderson, CEO at Griffin Archer, a Minneapolis-based ad agency, had this to say: “I don’t think a ‘sexy montage’ is a very accurate representation of the work because you’re only seeing the flashy bits and not the entire concept. Instead, I try to figure out the client’s need then curate spots which speak to that.” It’s really that simple: try to figure out what your client needs, then show them solutions.
They want to get right to the work that best demonstrates your expertise and your personality.
Michael Waldron, VP, creative director of art and design at TV Land, who also spent years on the vendor side as a principal at NYC creative studio Nailgun, says, “The only thing a demo reel shows is that the company is really good at editing. I want to know what the challenge was and how they solved it.
For the second year in a row, a group of Duartians — along with about a million other tech, music, and film enthusiasts — will be descending on Austin, TX for SXSW, and we want to share it with you. And if you’re not there but wish you could be, we want you to live vicariously through us via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, interpretive dance, smoke signals, and, of course, a presentation. You follow our journey on Twitter at @duarte and @nancyduarte.
We’ll be using hashtags #whatsyourstory, #sxsw, and #Duarte SXSW.
We had a week to prepare for our ‘dates,’ which we spent frantically researching and fleshing out dozens of ideas in preparation for the big day.