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Michael Norris - The Drag & Drop Podcast

Cutting Through the Noise Is All About Creating Quality Content – with Michael Norris

Welcome back to the Drag & Drop Show!

There are three main types of marketers out there, all working for similar purposes, but in different organizational structures, dwelling with different resources and budgets. The first type works for a full-grown company, usually as part of its marketing department. The second one operates in a multi-purpose agency, and the other one works as an independent freelancer.

Jeremy Moritz Podcast Bannersnack

Do Things Faster by Being Lazy Smart with Jeremie Moritz

Welcome back to the Drag & Drop Show!

In this episode, we talk with Jeremie Moritz from Absolut Elyx. Brand and Digital Director, Jeremie is responsible for the development and execution of the premium brand’s integrated marketing plans. 

Our host, John Biggs, takes Jeremie to a very interesting discussion starting from how to tell a story as a brand to how to know what are the most efficient strategies in marketing.

Art vs Design - The Drag & Drop Show, A Podcast by Bannersnack

Beauty Should Not Be the Starting Point for Design – with Juuli Kiiskinen

Welcome back to the Drag & Drop Show!

Design and art are two concepts that have been used together for so long that separating them is an often-overlooked affair. While many designers adhere to the: “beauty sells” policy and put all their efforts into mastering the visual realm, there’s still a question that stands above all others in the advertising world: “What sells better, art or design?”.

Don Twine- The Drag & Drop Podcast

Why Rich Media Is on the Rise – with Don Twine

Welcome to the Drag & Drop Show!

In today’s episode, John Biggs, our host, breaks down some hot design topics with Don Twine.

Don is a Senior Digital Graphic Designer at Sinclair Broadcast Group, a leading media company and provider of local sports and news. Founded in 1986, the company boasts around 191 television stations, in 89 US markets, producing and delivering content via multiple platforms, including the digital environment.