Our wide range of backgrounds and experiences make Purple unique. Here’s our blog celebrating our different perspectives with original, insightful prose on today’s constantly changing world.
Google Chrome now automatically pauses most Flash animations. In combination with Safari’s Power Saver feature and the fact that Flash doesn’t work on mobile, these changes signal the end of the Flash ad. Managing Director of Purple Digital, Stephen Smith, provides insight into who the big winners are in a post-Flash world.
We’re headed to Chicago, Dallas and New York City for some Purple Roundtables! Read more to find out what we’ll be doing, and how you can attend.
Don’t be afraid to go in the water. Diego Rodriguez details his top five favorite brand interactions during the cultural phenomenon that is #SharkWeek.
Once again for those who are not paying attention: Words and Deeds Matter.
In our recent poll of New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary voters, as part of our ongoing partnership with Bloomberg Politics and St Anselm’s College, we find Clinton maintains a strong lead in the race, but Bernie Sanders is gaining ground.
We are proud to have been named to The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list for the second year in a row.
The park is finally open. Justin Griffin explores how the marketing campaign behind the newest installment of the franchise matched brand fundamentals to creative executions and merged fantasy with reality.
We are pleased to announce that Robert Fronk has joined the firm continuing our investment in best-in-class strategic thinking.
Earlier this week we shared our favorite “Mad Men” pitches from around the firm. Now, take a look at how the finale played on social.
With “Mad Men” coming to a close, we asked a few Purple people across practices to take a look back at their favorite client pitches from the show’s seven seasons. Here’s what they had to say.