Here at Q Media we are all about learning new skills; our attitude is you’re never too old to learn something new. It’s how we keep on top of new gear, graphic trends and video tech.
After working on a couple of big financial projects last
When it comes to our homes, pads, domiciles and havens, we all have different tastes and needs. For some, a haven may be a cottage up North or a basement apartment in Leslieville. But one thing is for sure, some of us could use a
This fall we worked on a campaign with the Globe and Mail and Porsche to create a 360˚ video series. And just this month, the series hit over 1 million views.
The 360 technology enabled us to put audiences right into the action with our hosts:
This article was originally published in the Huffington Post here.
Let me start off with a rant. It will be short, I promise. “Millennial” is a word I have a tough time saying, and swallowing. It’s often associated with words like “privileged”, “self-obsessed”, “lazy” and
I’ve been binge listening to Sarah Koenig riveting podcast “Serial” (yes, I know I am behind on the podcast times) and it’s got my wheels turning about interview tactics.
Sarah is a phenomenal interviewer. She has a subtle way of making everyone she speaks to feel
We all grew up on Saturday morning cartoons – and regardless of generation, we likely watched a bunny outsmart Mr. Fudd, or a giant bird outsmart the incorrigible Wyle E Coyote. But, let’s be honest, beyond learning not to shop at ACME for murder weapons or
[caption id="attachment_16373" align="alignright" width="300"] A sneak peek of our recent shoot at CAMH.[/caption]
After a whirlwind month of RFP writing, Q Media has been awarded a project for Clinical Trials Ontario! Senior Partners, Richard Quinlan and Dorothy Engelman are proud to promote Ontario innovation to the
Graeme is always on the lookout for the best restaurant in town. Steven is on the hunt for the funniest viral video on the internet (without cats). And Caitie is constantly searching for the next addictive TV show.
Being ferociously curious is probably the most common
Design is changing. Today, design is less about creating “stuff”, and more about solving problems. After all, designing all that “stuff” is leading to one of our biggest problems: an unsustainable planet. So the question is, how can designers be part of the solution, and
My wife laughed at me.
Why? Well, I’d mentioned reading an article online about an animation company then I went to another newspaper site and found an ad for that same animation company in the side bar.
"Wow," I thought out loud, "what serendipity." That's when she