So we’re finally moving out of the Gracement and fifth floor of Grace Hall for the summer while they renovate our space.
We’re also cleaning out all the crap we have stored up for the past few years since the Agency moved to Grace Hall.
Which reminds me, when is the last time you inventoried all of the spaces you are in online. I’m sure some stuff has built up over time and the content has grown stale and dusty.
Renovating your website and social spaces can help with search because the engines will treat the old pages like new as long as you change at a couple of sentences per page. Plus you can add in the keywords that you want to be found for.
So I recommend taking the time this summer to look through your materials (don’t forget your print materials as well).
As soon as we’re moved, I’ll be back up and running.
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I think so. And that’s what we are going to try and do at the next OPAC Brown Bag Lunch and Learn.
People say it all the time: “I’m not creative.”
Yet, the truth is, you are; everyone is. Each of us possesses everything it takes to be creative.
Can you be more creative? Yes, you can.
As Dr. Charles Limb, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery at John Hopkins and Faculty at the Peabody Conservatory of Music says, “Creativity is magical, but it’s not magic.”
At our Brown Bag on creativity, Mike Roe, AgencyND’s writer and a copywriter with 10+ years of LA ad agency experience, will conduct an interactive presentation highlighting the tips, tricks, and tools he regularly uses to promote idea generation.
Where: Notre Dame Room in La Fortune
When: May 25, noon – 1:00 p.m.
Bring your lunch! We’ll provide drinks and cookies.
If you would like to attend, contact Cynthia Maciejczyk.
Think you’ve got the chops to work on Notre Dame branded materials? We’re looking for a great designer who can handle a lot of different clients who are doing good in the world.
Come join our team and work at a top 20 university. You can complete the online application here.
Here’s the qualifications.
The Graphic Designer is responsible for creating the visual appearance of all Agency projects as a member of the Print team, and is responsible for contributing to the brand objectives of the university. While this role is primarily focused on print, it is also part of an integrated marketing communications group where work in other media will be expected. Continue reading