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Julia Dann

work we like: powered by pride.

as the country celebrates pride month, we are really into equinox gym’s engagement of this celebration with their powered by pride campaign. through art activations, engagement philanthropy, and community partnerships, equinox aims to contribute to conversations around sexual identity and creation of safe spaces for all people. the campaign began with a series of commissioned murals...

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mood: communal.

as ashleigh and julia gear up for the next edition of makers meals, we thought we would take a look at what community meals mean to us. the food, the music, a diversity of people and perspectives, and that incomparable feeling of connecting a bit with the nature around you— that’s what gets us so excited...

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travelogue: colombia.

by Michelle Santiago. Itinerary: Medellín — 6 days Cartagena — 2 days Isla Grande — An impromptu (and unbelievable) 2 days as far as travel destinations go, colombia has dealt with its fair share of stigma. but in recent years, there has been a noticeable revival countrywide, with thriving metropolitan cities, flourishing arts districts, and the...

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recent work: priori

priori skincare. all skin considered. *new project alert!* we just emerged from a two-month brand workshop with priori, a high-end skincare brand that boasts some seriously science-backed products. having just launched an online shop, they were looking to put a fresh face on their already-established brand, as well as step up their social media game....

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work we like: glossier.

even if you don’t have an in-depth knowledge of the skincare industry, chances are that if you have an instagram account, you’ve probably heard of glossier. a small beauty brand with the motto “skin first, makeup second,” glossier was built on the extensive product research organically created for well-known beauty blog into the gloss. just two years...

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travelogue: fortaleza.

by julia dann. the itinerary: fortaleza, brasil: one week canoa quebrada, brasil: three days located on the almost easternmost tip of south america, fortaleza is one of the anchors of northeast brazil, and considered one of the most beautiful states in the country. the region is characterized by rainforests, small fishing towns, stunning beaches, and...

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recent work: katana strategic partnership.

when we first began working with katana, they were small outfit with about five employees looking for a partner to help them accelerate their growth and drive a robust marketing program. two years later, they’ve more than tripled in size, and together we’ve grown our approach and content to match. we direct their content marketing...

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from the decent archives: m. montague.

As if our stars (and expedia notifications) have magically aligned, March has unofficially become a travel month for the Decent team. Argentina, Chile, Cuba, London, Brazil, Colombia, France – we’re doing some serious globe-trottin’ over the next couple weeks. adventure is not entirely new to us, though— as we get our passports stamped and bags...

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work we like: mailchimp’s did you mean?

if you listened to the first season of the podcast serial, chances are you heard their infamous mailchimp intro ad, in which people from around the world attempt (and sometimes fail) to pronounce the word ‘mailchimp.’ this simple ad became something of an inside joke that spread like wildfire— and mailchimp is capitalizing on their...

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recent work: boody baby influencer marketing.

content marketing is a huge part of what we do— enabling brands to not just tell their story, but to create more meaningful connections with the most relevant audiences for that brand. this might mean creating newsletters full of interesting, dynamic content for users to engage; it might mean creating downloadable content with facts and...

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