v10.5 Web Therapy Event
MINNEAPOLIS—space150 hosted a Web Therapy session on Jan. 27 and unveiled its version 10.5 upgrade. The featured guest speaker was David Hahn, director of advertising at LinkedIn, the world’s largest online business network.
While online social networking through sites like Friendster and MySpace has generated much buzz, LinkedIn created a community for business networking. Hahn presented an overview of LinkedIn’s phenomenal growth as well as its upcoming new offerings.
space150 staffers Amy Anderson and Ryan Senechal discussed “The Latest Technology: What happens online doesn’t stay online.” For example, advancements in cookies are helping to bring users advertising content that is more likely to be of interest.
Senior Account Executive Charlotte Lefebvre and CEO Billy Jurewicz started the event with a presentation about Digital Clarity.
Lastly, Jason Strong and Riley Kane, both associate creative directors, presented “The Big Creative Idea: What makes digital, digitalicious.” They talked about the importance of striking a balance between website style and substance. They showcased a couple space150 cases as well as others in the marketplace that combined big creative ideas with the latest technologies to produce steady stream so digital income for clients.
The space150 version 10.5 identity was created by Adam Punchocar and is a pixilated image that forms an “X” and “5.”