Interview with Gautam Lohia, Partner at Apply Digital

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UX and UI: What’s the Difference?

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Renaissance Man: Toronto Tech Event

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Women in Marketing Share What it Takes to Succeed

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5 Takeaways from RED’s Toronto Agency Night

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Tech Careers

Community, Entrepreneur, Tech Careers, Vancouver

Interview with Gautam Lohia, Partner at Apply Digital

With a week left until “Working with Global Brands: an Agency Perspective”, I couldn’t miss a chance to interview amazing panel of speakers to get a deeper insight into Apply Digital, Vancouver-based agency. This interview is with Gautam Lohia, Partner at Apply Digital and advisor to Metalab. Gautam has extensive international experience in digital platforms […]

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ux and ui
RED Staff, Tech Careers, Toronto, Uncategorized, UX Design, Vancouver

UX and UI: What’s the Difference?

You’ve probably heard a lot about UX and UI design, but what you might not know is the real difference between the two. Nothing to be ashamed of! There are tons of people, from new students all the way up to employers who aren’t really clear on the difference. To get some professional insight, we […]

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toronto tech event
RED Spotlight, Tech Careers, Toronto, UX Design

Renaissance Man: Toronto Tech Event

We all know that person who seems to have a few more hours in the day than the rest of us – always working on some cool project, honing a new skill, thriving at work, or maybe all three at once. At a recent Toronto tech event, we met Darrin Henein, aka a modern day […]

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women in marketing
Marketing, Tech Careers, Toronto

Women in Marketing Share What it Takes to Succeed

Last month, RED Academy hosted Women of Influence, a panel discussion that took aim at some of the biggest issues facing professional women in marketing today. We were incredibly lucky to be joined by Meagan Tanner, Strategic Partner Manager at Google, Kristy Bates, Marketing Manager at Uber, and Adrianne Wotherspoon, General Manager at Traffik Group. […]

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toronto agency
Marketing, Tech Careers, Toronto

5 Takeaways from RED’s Toronto Agency Night

Ramping up to the launch of RED Academy Toronto’s first full- and part-time classes, we opened the doors to our brand new space to host Agency Night. Here are five of our biggest takeaways from the Toronto agency evening.

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working at an agency
RED Spotlight, Tech Careers, Toronto

Agency Life: Simon Craig, Changemaker

  Some of the most exciting positions today are found in agile creative agencies, like Toronto agency Send + Receive. We spoke to Simon Craig, one of S+R’s partners, to find out what his agency brings to the table, where the industry is headed, and the importance of always learning more.

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working at an agency
Digital marketing, Jobs, Tech Careers, Toronto

Working at an Agency: Alex Chepovetsky of Havas Worldwide Canada

Landing your dream gig at an uber-cool creative agency sure sounds like a dream come true, right? So how can you make it happen? What skills does your dream employer look for? And above all else, when you finally get your foot get in the door, what can you expect when working at an agency?

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Virtual Reality
Other, Tech Careers, Uncategorized, Vancouver

Virtual Reality, the New Reality?

From the Netflix rental store to saddling up with the RCMP, it seems like virtual reality (VR) is a trend that’s gaining momentum…or is it? Although the Wall Street Journal says the attention around VR is merely a bunch of hype, others think that this technology will play a much larger stake in our future.

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tech jobs RED Academy
Community, Jobs, Tech Careers, Tech Tips

Don’t become obsolete in the tech industry

With the ever changing techsphere it’s hard to keep on top, but for those working in industry there is no other way to succeed. Andrea Tam, Director of Production at Noise Digital and previously Director of Production at Pound & Grain gives her insights on how to succeed in this competitive space. The change in […]

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