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The Hardest Job in the World - P&G



The Hardest Job in the World - P&G



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Ever wanted to know how they pour the perfect beer in ads? Watch...



Ever wanted to know how they pour the perfect beer in ads? Watch this. You’ll be amazed. 

What a fun job.  



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It’s difficult to follow a strong brand identity, but...





It’s difficult to follow a strong brand identity, but London based ManVsMachine have done an outstanding job on rebranding UK TV channel More4

See here.





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When I meet with people and talk about our work, I get asked a...



When I meet with people and talk about our work, I get asked a lot what technology we use to create interactive and dynamic data visualizations. At Interactive Things, we have a set of preferred libraries, applications and services that we use regularly in our work. We will select the most fitting tool for the job depending on the requirements of the project. Sometimes a really simple tool is all you need to create something meaningful. On other occasions, a more multifaceted repertoire is needed. But how does one choose the right thing to use? An endless list of every tool available, does not answer that question and a recommendation from a friend is oftentimes more valuable.

That’s why we have put together a selection of tools that we use the most and that we enjoy working with. We called it selection.datavisualization.ch. It includes libraries for plotting data on maps, frameworks for creating charts, graphs and diagrams and tools to simplify the handling of data. Even if you’re not into programming, you’ll find applications that can be used without writing one single line of code. We will keep this list as a living repository and add / remove things as technology develops. We hope this will help you find the best tool for your next job.

Let me answer the most likely questions right away: No, not everything find its’ way into this list, so you might not find your personal favorite. Yes, some of the libraries mentioned are brand spanking new and may not be ready for production while others already have successors, but they still provide a good service.

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I think pole dancing lessons on my resume will land me a job....



I think pole dancing lessons on my resume will land me a job. Don’t you?

If not… well, it’s an interesting change of career.

I’m joking.



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Hunting for a job at the moment? Don’t worry I am...



Hunting for a job at the moment? Don’t worry I am too. Luckily this time around I’m prepared for it. If you’re feeling a little flustered and annoyed because you haven’t got one yet - don’t be so hard on yourself. It takes time and persistence. Just like any other hunt.

My first job hunt, I had no idea what I was doing or if I was bringing the right gear. Being ambitious, and totally stupid at the time, I wanted to catch the Grizzly Bear or Great White Shark of jobs. Glad I didn’t. If I had, it would have been by chance and it would have eaten me alive. Instead, I caught a lovely job I could handle. And got through it with all my limbs in tact. 

I’m now on my 3rd job hunt. And what I’ve learnt is hunting for a job isn’t just about catching ‘the big one’ or the first one you find. It’s a sport. It takes time and learning. And going through the process of the hunt will lead you to success. 

Go out, look around, and see what you like. With the skills you have, which job can you aim for? Be realistic. 

Apply effort into studying the job you’re hunting. Read up on its background and behaviors. No point going after something if you don’t know anything about it. You’ll hurt yourself. And there’s no way you’ll catch it.

After that, if you’ve found something you can catch, don’t go in rushing for it. Some animals stalk their prey for days before… well you know… ‘killing it’. Take your time and make sure you’re prepared. 

If, after doing all that, you take aim and miss, so what? Yes, you were SO CLOSE. But don’t beat yourself up because you missed it. The fact you got that close is awesome. Means you’re on the right track and the next job hunt you go on may just be the successful one.

And yes, don’t worry, it will be out there for you. You have a few options on how to get it.

You can go looking for it.
Sit patiently, but attentively, waiting for it.
Or you can throw some bait out to attract it to you. 

Just always be on the ball.

Good luck if you’re looking and let me know about your failures or successes. 

-The Creative Bridge



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These guys needed a job. Check out how they solved their...



These guys needed a job. Check out how they solved their problem.



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New year. New layout. New URL. Just need that new job in Sydney.

OH MY GOD WHAT HAS SHE DONE?

It’s ok. It’s only change. And change is good. And it was time for one. This blog has nearly been around for a couple of years and it needed a facelift. Now it’s in sync with my other website to showcase my work. Much nicer.  

www.bridgetemmerson.com is the new URL to view my work. 

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hi :) just wanted to say that i LOVE your blog. you work in advertising correct? i was wondering if you could tell me about it, like what you do daily for you job and your position and such... i'm an advertising major which is mostly why i am asking, but

Hi there :) Sorry it has taken me so long to reply.

My daily job consists of me waking up at 7am. Then 7:15. Then 7:30… Then 7:45… Sometimes I can push it till 8 to get to work on time. That’s really the hardest part of the day.

At 9am we start off with a morning meeting catching up on all the jobs that are going on and how they’re progressing. These jobs range from anything like brochures, feature walls, billboards or integrated campaigns.  

What I do is come up with concepts for these jobs working closely with my copywriter. They write the words and make it read good. I come up with the visuals and make it look good.

Which, of course, is the most important and difficult part.

No one reads the copy anyway and words are easily found in a dictionary… You only have to put them together. (Running commentary between Art Directors and Copywriters.)

If you want to see a folio of work I’ve done to give you a better idea of what I do you can go here: http://thecreativebridge.daportfolio.com/

What I do is ideas based. I just come up… with stuff. And make it…

Worst explaination ever, right?

-Bridge

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An NFL player interviews for a regular job.



An NFL player interviews for a regular job.



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