More Sochi Toilet Madness!

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The 2014 Sochi Olympics have officially begun, despite the hold backs and problems that have been highlighted over social and mainstream media over the past week. After the infamous double toilet bathroom went viral, a whole list of problems started to surface, with a large focus on the bathroom situations in the hotels. Well, guess […]

Super Bowl Ratings Down but Advertisers Get Social

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Once the Super Bowl is over, it’s time for the real games to begin – the post-game analysis. Community boasts many a sports fan, and we’re passionate watchers of TV while we Tweet, so we thought we’d recap the noteworthy from last night’s game.  FOX took a hit this year in ratings, which were down […]

From Novelty to New Lives – 3D Printing’s Evolution

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When 3D printing was all the rage last summer, it was hard to tell how it would move beyond the novelty (or decorative) phase and into the mainstream of life. But while you were Snapchatting, 3D printing evolved to offer some strange and wonderful solutions. Here are a few interesting uses that recently caught our […]

The Canadian (Logo) Conundrum

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Logos can be very touchy subjects, even in non-designer circles. Last month Ottawa unveiled five (sad? stale?) logo designs to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary to “mixed reviews” by focus groups and a slew of suggestions from some in Canada’s design community.  Complaints ranged from “too Petro-Canny” to “looks like a doily.”  The backlash on the proposed designs even […]

The Holiday Digital Detox

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Like many agencies, Community closes down during the holidays, giving us a chance to enjoy quality time with friends and family. For those of us who are perpetually connected to the outside world through our mobile devices, tablets and laptops, this is also a great time to unplug and, you know, actually spend quality time […]