All three winning Miami Ad School entires leverage recent advances in technology to create ideas for brands that advance the greater good.
“If Ben Brown and Jackie Moran hadn’t enrolled at Miami Ad School in New York, they may never have met, started to collaborate or hatched a plan to land internships at Droga5.”
Learn Patrick’s secrets of the trade, tips and tricks for those starting out and some real life, success-driven advice for your entire career as a creative.
“After looking at a few schools around the country, Miami Ad School naturally became my first choice because of the location (I mean, Miami… come on!) Knowing that there would be tons of models and beautiful weather to shoot in sealed the deal.”
At Miami Ad School you’ll create award-winning work that will get you national and international exposure. Work that will get you noticed and—more importantly—get you interviews so that you can land a job you’ll love. Isn’t that what it’s all about?
After teaching classes in digital advertising and design for well over a decade, Miami Ad School is launching a dedicated Facebook Marketing course this April in Atlanta.
Meet three of the 10 social media mentors that will guide you during each three-day workshop of your social media strategy training. You will learn the skills you need to take the next big step in your social media career, and also develop the contacts that will make it possible.
So you want to work in social media, eh? You may already be Insta-famous, but in order to work for top agencies and brands, you’ll need to know which social media career is right for
“Strategic planners are the people who bring powerful insights into organizations, there are multiple avenues open to them—not just in advertising, but there are jobs at media companies, consulting companies, design shops, inside client organizations, research companies, and more. Thinking too narrow limits the breadth of opportunity.”
“Creativity is messy,” Margaret Johnson, CCO of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, says. “There is nothing linear about it. The way you get to ideas is really complicated and it’s a messy, messy thing, and you find that you end up being this kind of trapeze artist, jumping off a ledge and taking risks in your day-to-day life as an art director or a copywriter.”