The days of being bored in a classroom, as lessons wash over us are over. In todays climate, we can make even the driest subject matter flow easily. Video, animation, sound and graphics all play a parts in keeping your audience interested. But And when they're interested, they're engaged and can retain the information. With e-learning you can test their new skills along the way, and reward their efforts.
Anyone can come up with an ad. But coming up with a campaign that has legs - that has an idea capable of becoming a campaign, a website, an e-Learning platform or reach across social media is what really counts. We don't just create ads, we create launchpads.
The heart of any agency should be their ideas. If your agency doesn't have many, or the ones they have are weak, think about looking elsewhere. Because no amount of SEO, brand guidelines or social media outreach will make a bad idea take off.
You already talk to a global audience, and although the majority may speak English, customers are more likely to respond if you talk their language. Effective, cross-border content requires a different way of thinking. So before you talk globally, talk to us.
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David began his career as an Art Director at Hall Harrison Cowley, before becoming a Creative Director at Teamworks Advertising. Since 2000, he's been Creative Director at Nutley & Nutley.
He's now too old to become a professional golfer, and since the lowest his handicap got was 15, it was never going to happen anyway. His lifelong interest in Formula 1 has never diminished, in spite of some races being less exciting than watching Yo Sushi food circulate.
David visits the cinema to watch anything, and enjoys the entire movie making process.
When asked, Breaking Bad is still his all-time favourite TV show, and while David pretends he no longer gets excited about the next Star Wars movie, he's fooling absolutely no-one.