Ever since COVID-19 grappled the world, humans have come to realize that they are more flexible than they think. As we make our way to a new normal, discussions around the possibilities of a permanent work-from-home.
Owing to the recent boost in the digitalization of businesses and consumer markets, there has been a growing demand for online mediums to build relationships with audiences all around the globe. In come Webinars, a live-interactive digital event that gives organizations the chance.
Artificial Intelligence was first established in 1956 as a field and it has come a long way since then. Almost 60 years ago, scholars at Dartmouth College wanted to find out if a machine can solve problems like intelligent human beings.
If the past few months have taught us anything, it’s the constant need to improve & improvise in order to sustain consistent growth in these rather uncertain times. In a world where working remotely has become the new normal, and employees have resorted to online meetings & presentations.
Steve Jobs was quite famous for his Apple keynotes – featuring a minimalistic black screen and messages displayed in clear Helvetica Neue, along with meticulous scripting. For almost 20 years, there had been one live presentation style to conquer the rapidly evolving technology world.
World’s leading digital entertainment’s captain, Netflix partnered with BMD to ripen its current visual identity via advanced tools to complement their vast range of original content, as they continue to maintain their visual consistency of the original approach.