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  • By Lizzi Pittman

The Tucson city council meeting on August 6th was open to the public, and citizens took their usual places in front of the mayor to address the recent first-in-the-nation referendum passed that adds to the November ballot an item to make Tucson a sanctuary city. It’s as hot a topic in Tucson as it is […]

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Digital agency BRINK relaunches as “BRINK Creative Group”

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  • By BRINK

Helping progressive brands, candidates and causes through “design on purpose.” When you’ve been a digital agency for more than 25 years, you inevitably go through many moments of reinvention to stay relevant.  When BRINK first started, the newness of the internet gave us our sense of purpose: we were in business to make the world […]

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For Whom Does Your Rainbow Flag Wave?

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  • By Luc Goodhart

In the early hours of June 28th, 1969, NYPD raided the Stonewall Inn gay bar in Manhattan’s West Village, sparking a series of riots and ultimately coalescing a broader national movement called, at the time, the gay liberation movement. The following year, marches commemorating the riots and the queer agitators who incited them were held, […]

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How Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” Could Have Had a Seamless User-Experience

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  • By Sam Stern

If you haven’t heard Taylor Swift’s latest song “You Need to Calm Down” this critique may not make much sense. I’ll summarize…T-swift released it in the midst of LGBTQ Pride Month and included a call-to-action for users to sign her Change.org petition for Senate support of the Equality Act, which after only 4 days has […]

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BRINK sets out to make the world a better place with the launch of BRINKeats.

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  • By BRINK

BRINK is embarking on an exciting new venture! Inspired by our video, design, and web development production processes, we are expanding into the world of culinary delights! Watch the video to learn all about our new vertical: BRINKeats! It’s a tale as old as time: you’re in the middle of recording a pitch video for […]

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Social Media Rules Are Lazy. Break Them.

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  • By Joshua Belhumeur

I’ve had my fill of “experts” spouting their lists of hard and fast rules for social media, which they probably took from some generic marketing blog that, in turn, stole it from Hubspot, citing a “study” that their intern threw together with the scientific rigor of a Trump rally speech. What I’m sick of the […]

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Your Phone Is Your Best Friend (Dot Com): A Review of ‘100 Year Plan’

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  • By Luc Goodhart

We’ve seen the profusion of articles—tech-blog think pieces, peer-reviewed psychological studies, sociological inquests, and armchair Facebook treatises—all grappling with the same question: What are smartphones and social media doing to us psychologically as individuals and, more broadly, as a society? LA-based artists Bailey Hikawa and Scotty Wagner recently debuted their new multimedia project 100 Year […]

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Growing Up: Inc Magazine names BRINK one of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

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BRINK Ranks No. 3121 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 127% Percent   Oh, how we’ve grown! We knew we’ve been doing some interesting things at BRINK but were pleasantly surprised to find we made it to number 3121 on Inc. Magazine’s 37th annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking […]

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A “New Train of Thought” for BRINK

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As leading consultancies like Deloitte and Accenture continue to acquire agencies and reshape the brand and digital marketing landscape, a scrappy, independent agency is competing by bringing “a new train of thought” to the antiquated, siloed and expensive approach that management consultancies are built on. Danny Vinik and Josh Belhumeur, partners at BRINK — a […]

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Good Content is Creative Content

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By Seanloui Dumas and Tia Lewis Everything has been done before. Nothing is original anymore. Or so people say. Could it be that the reason has less to do with what we are capable of, and more to do with the fact that conforming to what is familiar is just an easier way out? Take […]

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