We love creativity and the arts in all it’s forms, but we spend so much of our day in front of computer screens. We decided we needed some more “non-digital” art in our lives so we teamed up with superstar. Boston artist, Nick Zaremba, to hook our office up with two murals.
We are very happy with the results, and now we’ve got just the right amount of traditional funk to go along with our digital badassery.
We encourage your to check out Nick’s work, starting of course with us.
Pandemic Labs Co-Founder and Creative Director, Matt Peters, has been named one of the top 100 creative influencers in Boston by The Ad Club.
The Ad Club is the trade association for the New England marketing & communications industry. Focused on networking, education, professional development, advocacy, and diversity, The Ad Club presents over 30 events and programs every year. Legacy events like the Hatch Awards, Media Auction, and Rosoff Awards run side-by-side with the latest in new media and the digital landscape. The Ad Club’s membership represents the best in class advertising agencies, media companies, and brands in the New England region.
For the full #Hatch100 list, click here.
Last week we rolled out an exciting new feature to Watchtower called ‘SuperGroups.’ This feature was moved to the top of our roadmap due to overwhelming desire from our user base, and feedback is already fantastic.
SuperGroups are designed to increase the ease and effectiveness with which multi-page brands can optimize their Facebook engagement. What’s a multi-page brand, you ask? A multi-page brand is any organization that manages tens or even hundreds of Facebook Pages. Think of NBC managing all the Pages for its various TV shows, or Honda managing the Pages for each of its models. With SuperGroups these organizations finally have a way to look at all their Facebook data in one, aggregated way.