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Crafting a more perfect union: A pint with a purpose

November 2, 2018

Our can design for Rockaway Brewing Company’s new People Power beer is featured in the GDUSA package design e-newsletter to promote their American Package Design Awards™ competition for 2018! Check it out here. If you like the way it looks, you’ll love the way it tastes! You can try it out for yourself this Tuesday, November 6 at the release party at Rockaway Brewing Company’s brewery, right after you go out to vote!

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Crafting a more perfect union: A pint with a purpose

October 16, 2018

In support of the ACLU, Rockaway Brewing Company will be releasing a limited-edition People Power Mexican Lager to bring people together and combat widespread injustice.

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Visualize your Value Proposition

John Nishimoto

Think of it as the ultimate glyph or infographic that tells the story of why you. Human beings have been doing this for millennia, with sacred marks, runes, badges, insignia, ideograms, totem poles … any way of inscribing not just identity but function upon the world. In other words, it says visually here is what we stand for and deliver.

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Stepping up on the path to ending Alzheimer’s

August 13, 2018

We’re gathering in Brooklyn on September 23rd to walk the Brooklyn Bridge and back, spending the day raising funds and celebrating life and the quest for a cure to end Alzheimer’s. Check us out on social media as we make this a walk to remember!

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Sequel Spotlight

A brief conversation with Joseph Kim, head of Sequel Labs

Every organization needs to innovate. The question is how? Do you hire your own data scientist or AI maven, and give them what kind of support? Invest in or commandeer a promising startup? Do you create a group in the middle of a storied innovation hub, give them free rein and a wish list, and see what happens? Do you spin a web of collaborators with startups and academics and hope your needs and creative epiphanies align?

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Develop your brand narrative in PowerPoint? Never. Until it really works.

John Nishimoto

Steve Jobs hated it. Marketers and business executives want to leave it behind. Savvy salespeople might cherry-pick a page or two but abandon the deck. And designers run for the hills. The haters of PowerPoint see it as a presentation crutch or, at the very, least why your meetings always run over, otherwise known as “death by PPT.”

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