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Have Visual Design Chops? We’re Looking for a Creative Production Intern!

Weber Shandwick Seattle is looking for a full-time Creative Production Intern to help us handle some of the day-to-day creative needs of our clients. This person would support a creative team of writers, designers, and video producers; reporting to a Creative Director and Creative Resources Manager. As our ideal candidate, you’re starting your career as […]

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The Five Phases of Video Production

If you’re a brand, right now you’re either making or planning on making a video. Or you should be. It’s the contemporary currency for engagement. Even though everyone is making videos, most people don’t know the process behind making videos. The good news is: All videos — regardless of type, length or purpose — go through […]

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The One Thing Every Blog Post Needs to Have

When I first started writing blogs for clients, I crammed too much into each post. If I was writing a post about the Internet of Things, I’d bust my butt to make it THE ALMIGHTY LAST WORD on the Internet of Things. And it would end up being too much. A blog post has room […]

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INFOGRAPHICS: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Numbers

With great data comes great responsibility. As data supports and leads more and more of our decisions and communications, we’ve developed a profound need to present it in ways that are compelling and easy to understand at a glance. When done right, infographics (or data visualizations) can be a very effective way to do this. So how […]

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Grammar Gram #3: And I Quote

We’re in the communications business. And part of being a good communicator is minding your p’s and q’s. In this blog series, senior copywriter Mike Mathieu gives grammar lessons you might actually remember next time you’re communicating something important. Do quotation marks fall outside or inside other punctuation marks? As usual in grammar, it depends. […]

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Grammar Gram! Volume 2

We’re in the communications business. And part of being a good communicator is minding your p’s and q’s. In this blog series, senior copywriter Mike Mathieu gives grammar lessons you might actually remember next time you’re communicating something important. Tip #1: The Hyphen and the Adverb Pop quiz: Is the Grammar Gram an “extremely-useful” resource […]

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We’re Hiring! Interested in Joining the Weber Shandwick Seattle team?

We’re growing fast and are looking for smart, curious, and passionate people to join our team. Weber Shandwick is more than a leading global communications agency – we’re an Engagement Agency. In a world where information comes at us from endless sources, it’s no longer just about engaging people with a story. Today, we engage […]

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Grammar Gram! Volume 1

We’re in the communications business. And part of being a good communicator is minding your p’s and q’s. In this blog series, senior copywriter Mike Mathieu gives grammar lessons you might actually remember next time you’re communicating something important. Tip #1: Polishing Up Parentheses Does closing punctuation fall inside or outside parentheses? It depends. To […]

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No Boundaries: Learning Laser Cutting and MIG Welding in PDX

Every year, Weber Shandwick’s signature No Boundaries program provides a select group of Weber Shandwick Seattle employees with $1,000 and 5 days off to pursue a personally and professionally enriching passion. This series will detail the experiences of this past year’s three winners. First up, senior designer Tanya Stockland.    This whole thing started when Megan McMullen sent […]

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