The headline says it all. History has seen it’s fair share of spin doctors who have a penchant for distorting images. Now, it seems, some people in our industry haven’t learnt from others who have failed. If the implications from such an environmental disaster weren’t so serious, the alleged two counts of image tampering by BP would be worth a chuckle. The first count found here on gizmodo was confessed by BP. The second announced today on couriermail.com.au has yet to be confirmed.
Archive for the ‘Creative’ Category
Like many others, I arrived at work today second guessing the outcome of the Labor leadership vote. As Mumbrella reported, the historic event was played out, up-to-the minute, not just across TV screens around the nation but importantly in this new age of digital media via live streams and online news reports.
The announcement of Julia Gillard’s appointment as Australia’s first Prime Minister smashed traffic records for Australia’s news websites with news.com.au recording more than one million page impressions per hour at its peak this morning.
Little wonder then Courier-Mail Editor David Fagan suggested at last night’s AMI’s ‘Future of Media’ event in Brisbane that the Courier-Mail website would be offering paid-for content within the next 6-12 months.
The Rowland creative team has just completed the first in a series of inserts for the company’s newsletter Strategies.
The piece was initiated by General Manager Anna Marsden, designed by Creative Director Sid Guglielmino and includes a collection of design exercises by Designers Catriona Auld, Shayla Melrose, Julia Toich and James Bell, as well as photographs of some recent Rowland Creative print projects by photographer Tony Phillips.