• Extra-Large News for Denver's The1stMovement

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    Interactive shop, The1stMovement, is movin’ and shankin’ in three impressive ways. Effective November 1st, they’ll be out of the Tech Center and into the new TAXI development at 3457 Ringsby Court, #302 in Denver’s River North neighborhood. Large! They’ve also hired David Schell as Creative Director – previously of texturemedia before the company merged with Crispin Porter + Bogusky four months ago. Extra-Large! Huge news for a relatively new shop on the scene (who also won Silver at the 2008 W³ Awards for client G4TV) we fully expect to keep making waves.

  • You Should Know About Advanced Flash Components

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    Advanced Flash Components, located in Greenwood Village, creates building blocks (components) that implement common functionality in Flash, making developing rich Internet applications easier for you. Their components help you: 1). Accelerate your development process; 2). Extend your application functionality, 3). Allow you to deliver a high-quality end-product.

    Components are being added all the time and many are free. Each component comes with tutorials, documentation and sample files. Plus, all of AFC’s upgrades are free with a component purchase. Pretty cool stuff happening right here in Colorado to bolster your Flash offering for clients. When you need them, you’ll find Advanced Flash Components permanently listed on our list of Recommended Talent.

  • New Editorial: Vote for The New Denver Egotist >>

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    This will be our only post today out of the importance we place on the decision, so please take some time to consider this crucial addition to our site.

  • In The Egotist Inbox: Sean Herman

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    There’s some inspired interactive, print and apparel design in the portfolio of Denver’s Sean Herman. Be sure to pop by his site for a look.

  • Stapleton's New Site Via FL2

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    FL2 did Denver a favor last week when it launched the new site for everyone’s favorite WASP nest, Stapleton.

    The site is a joy to explore, even if it does seem a bit large for a standard resolution screen. We were particularly impressed by the interactive Google Maps integration (click the tab on the left), though we almost wonder if that whole section shouldn’t have been dumped simply because you get a giant aerial view of the depressing no-mans land which surrounds the community.

    The site also features..

    • Flash Panoramas are “deep-linked” (you can use your back button) or link directly to those sections
    • Flash / (x)HTML Hybrid site totally driven by our CMS tool
    • Google Search integration sortable by sub-domain
    Funny IE6 specific messaging asking users to upgrade

    Excellent art direction, easy to find content and original use of technology. It’s great to see this sort of thing come out of Denver.

    Oh one last thing – Where’s the favicon, guys?

  • Karsh\Hagan Interns Promote The Denver 50 Show

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    From local Karsh\Hagan interns Justin McCammon (copywriter, UNC graduate) and Camille King (art director, CU graduate, camille.king[at]colorado.edu), here’s a promo for the upcoming Denver 50 show. About the piece, Justin said, “We tried to work with the established theme of “Death to the 50” and sort of a Sin City aesthetic established in the call for entries video released earlier. Camille drew the entire cityscape by hand and I think it looks pretty amazing. She also made my words look pretty good too, which always helps.”

    There’s also a Twitter campaign going on for the Denver 50 that’s counting down the 50 days until the show by giving out a clue every day as to what work made it in.

  • Write for The Egotist, Get a Job at The Barbarian Group >>

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    Benjamin Palmer, CEO of The Barbarian Group, just said this in Adweek: “We review people’s portfolios here quite often and one thing that stands out is how few advertising copywriters actually blog. It’s really amazing. An entire copywriting Web site might consist of 500 words. What’s needed now are copywriters who not just write entire Web sites, but actively blog. Hire based on someone’s genuine personal motivation to be part of the current social fabric.” Submissions to become a contributor on our site due by midnight tonight.

  • In-House Vs. Agency SEM Panel

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    Is there a difference between an internet marketing campaign created by an in-house marketer vs. an agency marketer? Are the challenges different? Which is more likely to be successful?

    Learn the perspectives from both sides of the fence. A panel of six search marketing professionals will be taking questions from attendees and sharing their professional knowledge and experience in establishing, growing and maintaining their search marketing campaigns.

    Panel:
    In-house SEM:
    • Everett Sizemore – Manager, SEO Strategy, Gaiam
    • Jim Brown – Online Marketing, Quark
    • Joe Gira – Asst. Director of Online Marketing, Regis University

    Agency SEM:
    • Steve Riegel – Co-founder/Director of Search, Faction Media
    • Jason Lehman – SEO Manager, HyperDog Media
    • Nicholas Yorchak – SEO Director, LeeReedy

    When: October 23, 2008, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
    Where: The Tivoli at Auraria Campus, Senate Room, 3rd Floor
    Cost: $25 per person, $15 SEMPO members

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