On August 12, 2016, rain hit our home state of Louisiana. What seemed to be a normal storm soon became one of the worst natural disasters in recent years. Mass flooding, displaced families, and massive damage ravaged several parishes and cities in our state (including the city that ThreeSixtyEight calls home, Baton Rouge).… Continue Reading →
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To us, company culture is very, VERY important. It’s what distinguishes us from everyone else. Yeah, we can make a commercial for you, a presentation, even a brand story; but our values and culture is what makes our work different from the agency down the road. So, let’s preface with a story:
Two years ago, we were faced with losing one of our top designers to a well-established agency.… Continue Reading →
Even though the Cannes Lion International Festival of Creativity is officially over, we still wanted join the festival spirit and play along. So, we’re going to share our favorite winners and, in turn, give them our own awards:
The Cannes Fish… if you will.
Unlike the Cannes Fish, The Cannes Lion Festival contains more than 20 categories, with more than 200 different judges that form the ‘juries’ of each category.… Continue Reading →
We all have memorable Christmas presents, or presents in general. It’s those little gems that we never forget… Or wish we could forget. Whether you remember a gift because it was good, weird, or horribly off the mark and totally useless – the important part is that you remember it.
Don’t lie to yourself; we all have one.
So this Christmas we decided to go around and see what everyone’s most memorable presents was. … Continue Reading →
After some requests, here’s our next batch of presentation memes and ways to avoid these situations…enjoy!
Humor by far is one of the most effective things to do during a presentation. However, it’s one of the toughest to achieve. Based on your setting, mood, personal relationships with audience attendees, humor can either be a hit or miss. Don’t try to be funny, just be yourself.… Continue Reading →
It’s important to look at your audience, making personal connections through direct communication. Your audience can get frustrated and stop paying attention. Y u no look at them?
Don’t be like Scumbag Steve. Keep your slides minimal and your commentary separate from the text. People can read.
Use humor carefully. A joke can make or break a presentation. Success kid did it, but that doesn’t mean everyone can.… Continue Reading →