Collaborative culture has become a buzzword—one that you may even want to roll your eyes at—but it’s a topic of conversation for a reason: It works.
You may have noticed that your developers are grumpy when you come to discuss a project. Recent research suggests that increased cognitive load leads to difficulty controlling impulses. Developers spend their entire day working complex problems and have to keep a mental model of thousands of lines of code for months or years.
The Burning Peppermints are one of the newest chapters in Birmingham’s flourishing music scene. Many of you saw them at Sloss Fest. A select few might’ve seen them at Saturn, or The Nick. And if you live outside of Birmingham, you might’ve caught them recently on a brief tour. We’re pretty big fans ourselves here at Big. And since we support the local music scene every chance we get, we were excited to partner with the Peppermints for a few poster and t-shirt designs.
When it comes to blending sponsored content in traditional editorial, brands aren’t the only ones walking the fine line. At AFAR Magazine, this has served up an opportunity rather than an obstacle. The travel magazine is known not only for its beautiful editorial content, but for its highly attended experience events that take attendees off the beaten path in coveted destinations like Sydney, Cairo, and Charleston.
It wasn’t that long ago that 2nd Avenue N. was a pretty desolate place.
Before the street that Big calls home became a street that visitors sought out, it was, save for a few businesses, pretty empty.
But back in the day — like the 2001 day — a small group of people saw what this neighborhood could be.
It’s safe to say that St. Paul & The Broken Bones is a different band than when they first graced national ears in 2014.
Their sophomore album “Sea of Noise,” set for release next Friday, is a celebration of that maturation – the horns are bolder, lead singer Paul Janeway’s vocals are more commanding, and the introspection is even more gripping.
“I would shoot every film in the South if I could. There are untapped landscapes and personal stories around every corner.”
In honor of the 18th annual Sidewalk Film Festival on August 26-28, we’re publishing a series of interviews with Birmingham filmmakers that are featured in this year’s festival. This week is an interview with Melodie Sisk, producer of Little Sister, the 2016 Closing Night Film.
Little Sister will be screening Sunday, August 28 at 6:00pm at the Alabama Theatre.
Here at Big, our employees do great things for our clients. But the greatness doesn’t stop there.
Many of them make cool things in their spare time too. Brian Curtin, our Motion Design Director, is one of those people. He’s known on YouTube as “InfectiousDesigner” where his channel has gotten millions of views. He’s even done commissioned work for PlayStation, directing and producing a short film based on one of their games.
“I think Southerners see the world differently. Truly aware Southerners see the world with a pretty unique lens.”
In honor of the 18th annual Sidewalk Film Festival on August 26-28, we’re publishing a series of interviews with Birmingham filmmakers that are featured in this year’s festival. This week is an interview with Justin Gaar, director of Curse Of The Man Who Sees UFOs, that was originally conducted for a feature in Birmingham Magazine’s August issue.
Curse Of The Man Who Sees UFOs will be screening Sunday, August 28 at 10:30am at the Red Mountain Theatre Company.
“There’s not many other folks making movies in L.A. from Alabama. As far as stories that I can tell, that folks haven’t heard before, stories about Alabama keep coming up again and again.”
In honor of the 18th annual Sidewalk Film Festival on August 26-28, we’re publishing a series of interviews with Birmingham filmmakers that are featured in this year’s festival. This week is Part 2 of an interview with Daniel Scheinert, co-writer/co-director of Swiss Army Man, that was originally conducted for a feature in Birmingham Magazine’s August issue. Catch up with Part 1 here.
Swiss Army Man will be screening Sunday, August 28 at 12:50pm at the Alabama Theatre.
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