April 2017

Honest Feedback Is Valued by Agencies When Not Awarded an Edutainment Creative Project

By | April 9th, 2017|Creative Agencies, Creative/Design, Edutainment, General/Admin|

Often when creative agencies are not awarded a project, we don’t hear the reason why. We like to learn from all the projects we do, as well as from the ones we don't do. Constructive criticism is a great way to learn and to make improvements, if needed. If we don't know the reason the [...]

March 2017

Five Ways to Ensure Accurate Budget Estimates for Edutainment Creative

By | March 28th, 2017|Budgets, Creative Agencies, Edutainment|

Imagine a prospective homebuyer walking into a real estate agent’s office and saying, “I want to buy a house. How much does a house cost?” After getting over the initial shock of the question, the agent likely would ask, “Well, what sort of budget do you have for a house?” “I don’t have a budget,” [...]

Digital Photos for Edutainment Creative: Hasselblad vs. Smartphone?

By | March 24th, 2017|Creative Agencies, Creative/Design, Edutainment|

While Smartphone cameras have definitely come a long way recently, they still can’t compare to professional cameras. When it comes to edutainment creative photography, there are two important differences between Smartphone photos and Hasselblad photos: (1) the cameras, and (2) who is behind the camera. Although comparing photo quality between a Smartphone and a Hasselblad [...]