This is the 3rd of Artizan's monthly team project that gives us each a chance to exercise our creativity offline. The theme for June was "Mirror Mirror" Here's what we came up with.
Addressing the environmental crisis is one of the greatest tests in human history. For us to be able to tackle environmental challenges on a global scale, we need to build sophisticated tools that allow the collection and processing of vast amounts of information.
There are a lot of posts already written on the importance of vulnerability in leadership - the value it brings, and the camaraderie and support it fosters. But how safe is it to express vulnerability in conversations with prospective or existing clients?
This is the 4th of Artizan's monthly team project that gives us each a chance to exercise our creativity offline. The theme for July was "Summertime". Here's what we came up with.
When creating or growing a business, every entrepreneur comes across the same inevitable challenge – strategising. It is undoubtedly one of the most overwhelming activities to address, especially if you’re already knee deep in the operations and management of your venture.
A brand strategy is the crown jewel of all strategies because it captures the essence of who you are as a business.
Artificial intelligence is not new – it already permeates our lives by being embedded in the majority of digital devices, software and services that we use.
To kick off our spanking new interview series, ‘Changing the world one click at a time’, we’re excited to start with Ellen Ward, co-founder of Tech for Good Dublin - a Meetup group with a core belief that technology can be utilised to have a positive impact on people, communities and our planet. The collective is celebrating its second birthday this month.
We as a society, we are becoming increasingly conscious of how our individual and collective decision-making affects our planet. This is having a profound influence how companies conduct their business. For organisations to survive, sustainability needs to underpin all they do as opposed to being a marketing buzzword included in a CSR policy.
Offset is a three-day creative fest of images, words and ideas that will hit you hard between the eyes. And the ears. And your toes. Firing all your senses and paralyzing your brain simultaneously.
Without question, we have all played a part in contributing to the current state of our overproduced, over consumed, tired and polluted planet. Collectively, our choices and actions have created trends and behavioural norms that are destructive and reckless.
Continuing our interview series, ‘Changing the world one click at a time’, we sat with Paul O'Hara, founder of ChangeX, a marketplace that gives life to great ideas by connecting them with local community leaders in order to drive social change.
This is the 2nd of Artizan's monthly team project that gives us each a chance to exercise our creativity offline. The theme for May was "What If.." Here's what we came up with
Artizan has delivered a large number of digital experiences for software providers. Often the focus is very much on the product – its transformative capabilities, features, and benefits. The focus needs to be personalised and relatable before a customer will commit to a sale.
With cloud technology becoming widely embraced, SaaS solutions are filling the market with promises of scalable and flexible alternatives to legacy systems. What helps them stand out from the competition?
Making something known or visible through a process of discovery between an agency and its client is only achieved if both parties show up with an open mind and a willingness to actively participate.
Extolling the value of collaboration is nothing new. We all appreciate the importance and benefit of cross-pollinating knowledge, experience and ideas. But for much of the time, this process often stays within familiar boundaries.
The majority of the projects we undertake in Artizan have a digital focus so we felt it was high time for the creative team to indulge in some handmade creativity and exercise our artistic talent offline.
Continuing our interview series, ‘Changing the world one click at a time’, we sat with Ahmad Mu’azzam, co-founder of Evocco. It's an early stage Irish startup which is already winning awards and gaining recognition in Ireland and overseas.
Continuing our interview series, ‘Changing the world one click at a time’, we chatted with Iseult Ward, co-founder of FoodCloud, an Irish social enterprise providing a technology solution that connects food businesses to local charities so that they can donate surplus food.
The words you choose to use can make a significant difference to how you are perceived by others. When you have that level of exposure, it’s worth ensuring your message resonates.
At the centre of Street Wisdom lies the idea that every moment is extraordinary and every street is full of inspiration – that there’s no such thing as an ordinary street, just ordinary thinking.
Street Wisdom is a social enterprise with a mission to bring inspiration to every street on earth. It’s a form of 'walking-based problem solving' – ask a question, walk the streets, unlock fresh thinking and see what answers present themselves.
An agency should never be afraid to challenge a client’s understanding of how they see themselves.
Branding is often mistaken as relevant only to large retailers targeting a broad consumer base. Many founders of early stage startups or owner/managers of SMEs consider it a luxury rather than a necessity.