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By and on April 14, 2017

8 Things We Learned from The Art of Marketing

Last week, the Learnography team visited The Art of Marketing, an annual conference focused on improving businesses’ marketing experiences and empowering the individuals who create them. As a graphic designer, a social media strategist, and a marketing student, we were pretty excited to dig in. Here is everything we learned: “The solution often falls within […]

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By and on February 9, 2017

Taking Control of Your Free Time #ThingsLGYLikes

Our graphic designer, Martin Whelan, is hooked on this short TED Talk. In the video below, Laura Vanderkam teaches you how to take control of your free time and empowers you to accomplish anything – and everything. From squeezing in that morning workout to learning a new skill, use her tools to take your career and your personal […]

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By and on January 12, 2017

Why Collaboration is Key: The Intersection of Writing and Design

A couple of months ago, I wrote a blog about a new generation of “hybrid creatives.” I talked about the multipurpose and multi-talented team here at Learnography. As a writer who loves great design, one of my favourite colleagues to collaborate with is our graphic designer, Martin. Together, we have had fun creating stimulating marketing […]

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By on December 1, 2016

Combatting Cognitive Overload with Visual Communication

A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. Antoine de Saint Exupéry [click to tweet] Visual communication uses both words and pictures to convey a thought, an idea, or information. The words, colours, and imagery should speak directly to […]

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By on July 14, 2016

What’s Missing from eLearning?

Not everyone thinks that they are in an active state of learning, but just by walking down the street they are absorbing countless brand stories. You might not be able to fully articulate what’s happening around you but you’re still subconsciously aware of those billboards, those signs, and even that passer-by’s unique look. You know the […]

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