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There’s more than one “I” in Imagine

If you’ve been following Imagine Communications for a while, you may have noticed that we do not operate like a stereotypical marketing firm or advertising agency. Long hours and inflated egos are replaced with flexibility and a true team approach. In a team meeting last month, we were discussing the CEO of Coinbase’s claim the…
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The Imagine Communications logo…reconstructed!

Earlier this year, the Imagine Communications team was tasked with an art project centered around the Imagine Communications logo. Each team member created their own interpretation of the logo, representing what they believe Imagine Communications is about. There were no rules with this project, and everyone was encouraged to create their project in whatever medium…
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The medium is (still) the message

Way back when I was in college, we studied the works of a Canadian communications analyst and philosopher named Marshall McLuhan, who developed original theories on the substantive and stylistic differences between radio, print and television, among others. McLuhan’s influential work on “hot” and “cool” media can best be summarized by the 1960 John F.…
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Imagine Inspirations

Working in a creative industry gives us the unlimited opportunity to explore ideas and strategies for our clients. But we can also fall into a rut and feel uninspired at times, so we asked Imagine team members to share where they go to for inspiration. Answers ran the gamut and were shared on our social…
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Read this blog written by our Public Relations Director/Photographer, Tiffannie Bond.

From one Vegas native to another

Dear Vegas Golden Knights, Here we are, the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And – although I’d be ecstatic if you won the trophy – I’m OK if you don’t, because you’ve already given this second-generation native a great gift. You shined a light on something I’ve known since I was 5 years old and watched this…
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