Drummond St. Strategy Recognized as a Top Digital Strategy Agency We are proud to announce that Clutch, a Washington, DC-based IT Research firm has named Drummond St. Strategy as a leading digital strategy agency. Clutch asked companies, like Drummond St. Strategy, to provide information about
Drummond St. proudly presents our First Annual “Top Songs of the Year List”. These are the songs that inspired us, made us laugh, made us cry (probably from laughing so hard), and allowed for some good, old fashioned, quality bonding through music. Please enjoy our 2014
Kids at home? Lots of relatives in the house? Need an activity? Here is the online version of the Spirograph toy that you had as a kid. Hours of entertainment (for the grown-ups, too!). Such a blast!
In celebration of Fashion Week, Seek New York did a fantastic interview with Jenn Michael – Designer and Co-Founder of Win Win Beachwear. Read the full interview here and then be sure to get a retro-chic cabana jacket for yourself!
NPR Creative Director Liz Danzico shares her wisdom for both new and veteran creatives in her interview with The Great Discontent. Danzico explains why, if you’re just starting out, you should say yes to every opportunity that comes your way. While, if you’re older, learn when
TD Canada decided to thank its customers in unique, personalized ways. The reactions are priceless. Important message to marketers: your strategy can help your company AND your customers are the same time.
Vote for your favorite ad of the week by clicking through to AdWeek’s site. And then vote for the ‘Stickers’ ad from Apple. Not to influence your decision or anything.
As my friend Colleen Brennan smartly stated: “And so the Academy vs. Business tug-of-war continues”. For decades (centuries, even) colleges and universities have enjoyed the ‘ivory tower’ status of prestige. Students would clamor to attend. Students obsessed over every word uttered by the Admissions Counselor.
Everyone loves Buzzfeed.com. But when a committee (I don’t know that for a fact, but I would bet on it) decides it’s a good idea to “do a Buzzfeed-like article” the results are cringe-worthy.