Casey Butler Harwood
THAT JE NE SAIS QUOIS: THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN MARKETING
Our job is to learn everything that we can about our clients and their worlds so that we can help them to the best of our ability. And the way that we do that is by listening.
Seven casual observations of how our cousins across the pond exist differently (and sometimes, not so differently) than we do in the U.S.
Creative work is personal work. It requires confidence and thick skin — two things that, luckily, can be developed.
In contemporary culture, a picture really does seem to be worth a thousand words (or at least a thousand likes). But can a word ever be worth a thousand pictures? We think so — if it's the right one.
New Year's traditions are fun, sure, but they often serve a deeper purpose, as well. Here's how the Drawn team rings in new years and what our traditions mean to us.
Whether created by time or intention, texture tells a story; it can reveal an object's true nature. So, can texture inspire better design?
Whether you're working with plenty of time and an unlimited budget or quite the opposite, there's a lot more to effective design than vectors.
The principles behind Drawn's philosophy of authenticity.
The cultural shift that gave rise to truth in marketing and why honesty is good for your brand.