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Posts by Diana Varma
One thing’s for certain: Aristotle knew his stuff. Although the Greek philosopher lived and died more than 2000 years ago, examples of his theories of persuasion can be found in today’s biggest ad campaigns. Aristotle’s three modes of persuasion include: ethos (establishing credibility), logos (instituting logic through data and statistics), and pathos (appealing to emotion). … Read more →
A conversation with David Frohlich.
Three more platforms you should consider
Part 1: Two inexpensive ways to learn valuable new skills.
Using proven methods to inspire your employees
On March 11th, 2016, fourth-year students from Graphic Communications Management at Ryerson University hosted their annual Business Plan Expo.
On January 15th, 2016 I checked my email late in the day to find a LinkedIn invitation request. His name was Franco Stalteri (we’d never met) and he is the founder of an unconventional fine dining experience called ‘Charlie’s Burgers’. In May 2010, Food & Wine magazine placed Charlie’s Burgers at number three on its … Read more →
Wherever you are right now, there are probably paper or wood products within view. If you’re sitting in a room with nothing but a laptop and a hot cup of coffee, there’s likely a box of tissues at hand, or at the very least, wood framing holding up the room you’re in. In the graphic … Read more →
On Thursday, February 4th, 2016, Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management program hosted their annual Colloquium event. The highly anticipated student-organized evening didn’t disappoint, as three experts shared their thoughts on the big possibilities for big data in the printing industry. “Big data” can be defined as mining large volumes of structured and unstructured data to … Read more →
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle As consumers, most of us could work on reducing the number of disposable products we use, however there are some areas where it becomes difficult to eliminate waste completely, such as product packaging. To embrace a ‘zero waste’ lifestyle in a consumer-driven society, a closed-loop waste recovery system (often referred to as … Read more →
Minimalism is hip. Conservation efforts are trendy. Mindless waste is the enemy. Environmental issues are being taken more seriously than ever by both producers and consumers, which is causing a shift in the conversation about packaging waste. For a growing segment of the population it’s no longer a question of how to make packaging more … Read more →