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Showing entries from November 2014. View all dates.

Pandora understands what other brands don’t.

WHEN YOU HAVE BRIGHT, CREATIVE STUDENTS BRAINSTORMING AWARD-WINNING IDEAS FOR YOUR BRAND DON’T SIC YOUR LAWYERS ON THEM. Instead do what Pandora did; say Thank You! When Miami Ad School students, Frank Garcia, Giulia Magaldi and German S Rivera won a gold Clio a One Show Award and an Applied Arts Award for their class project, “Underground Stations” inspired by Pandora, the music streaming and automatic recommendation […]

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Five principles you need to learn about Social Media.

IF YOU HAD ACCESS TO THE BEST PEOPLE, PLATFORMS, AGENCIES AND BRANDS DOING REAL AND EFFECTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING; WHAT WOULD YOU ASK THEM? We asked, and what they have to say, besides being enlightening, might even surprise you. Imran Khan, Creative Agency Lead at Google, Abigail Bock, Brand Strategist at Tumblr and Carlos Roncajolo, Global Social Media Manager […]

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Graduate’s not-exactly-hand-made Pee Font featured on

CREATING TYPE FACES IS PART OF THE ART DIRECTION AND DESIGN PROGRAMS AT MIAMI AD SCHOOL BUT WE DIDN’T TEACH THIS! Miami Ad School teaches students how to come up with ideas that will get attention for brands. Avarida’s font idea got so much attention he was featured on He urinated the alphabet on a […]

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Advertising students at San Jose State University get a Taste of Miami Ad School.

SESSIONS, BEAMED LIVE FROM MIAMI, OFFER UNIVERSITY STUDENTS A TASTE OF THE PROJECTS STUDENTS AT MIAMI AD SCHOOL’S LOCATIONS AROUND THE WORLD ARE IMMERSED IN. The Spartan’s first Taste of Miami Ad School was a selection from the course, Voice of Type, presented by Polish designer and Miami Ad School instructor, Monika Pobog-Malinowska. The course is […]

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A childhood memory inspired Jim Winters to reinvent the rotosphere. A chance meeting at an art festival gave this rotosphere a home at Miami Ad School in Wynwood.

AN INTERVIEW WITH JIM WINTERS, NEON ARTIST AND FOUNDER OF BULLDOG NEON. PS: What made you want to build a rotosphere? JW: A gentleman named Warren Milks, an outstanding engineer, former Marine and neon-sign guy, built his original version of the rotosphere in 1960. His designs were larger than mine and more advertising based than artwork […]

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