• What Steve Hunt of @Cannonball_Ad Learned This Year >>

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    We wanted to finish the year on a local high note here on The Egotist. So, we asked some of the most respected creative visionaries in St. Louis to create a piece, entitled "What I Learned This Year." It can take any form they'd like — an illustration, a top-ten list, an article, video, photo or anything else they envision. Steve Hunt Creative Director of Cannonball, is fourth in the series. And it's one of our favorites.

    Here's what Steve Hunt learned this year.

    Here's an archive of all 2012 contributions.

  • Beautiful Site Redesign & Promo Video for @CovSeminary Done In-House

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    Here's a submission sent to us recently that completely exceeded our expectations: an in-house redesign of Covenant Seminary's website that is one of the best, if not the best, academic/religious institution website we've seen in quite some time.

    Our in-house creative team at Covenant Theological Seminary in Creve Couer launched a brand new site that we wanted to share with the St. Louis Egotist. We’ve consolidated all the great free resources from our previous sites into one more intuitive and engaging site and have added 10 new full-length, master’s-level courses, with more planned for release soon! Unlike many higher educational websites, this one offers an experiential design that we hope provides a more accurate picture of who we are and who our students become as they live, learn, worship, and grow in grace with us.



    Get to know the city we love to call home by flipping through this online magazine that highlights the museums, recreational opportunities, attractions, parks, and much more that St. Louis has to offer. And what's more, you'll find that many of these activities are free!



    Fulfilling our mission of training pastors and ministry leaders shouldn't stop in the classroom. For the many future students, alumni, friends of the Seminary, and even ministry leaders across the globe who may never be able to attend Seminary, we want to share the excellent teaching that is happening here on campus. To access nearly 40 master's-level courses, as well as lecture series, sermons, and Q+A's—all provided for FREE—simply sign in or sign up on the new website. All resources can be streamed live or downloaded to enjoy later. Use the My Queue feature to keep track of things you want to listen to as time allows.



    This site contains some incredibly solid and thematically consistent design work. We also can't stress how beautiful and necessary the photography and image selections they've made are - in combination with tasteful type and placed in a functional grid system. All these elements come together to make us totally interested in an institution that we would otherwise have absolutely no interest in whatsoever. That is the sign of successful work.

    Visit Covenant Seminary from Covenant Theological Seminary on Vimeo.

    Many of our prospective students travel to visit us before committing to our programs… and we wanted to provide a visual that would help make the decision to travel here even easier. This video sets the stage for a weekend visit in St. Louis and at Covenant.

    Very nice, cohesive work. The video titles mimicking the camera movements are slightly annoying at first, but then seem to get better when they begin to 'Explore St. Louis'. Congratulations in-house team of Covenant Seminary. Seriously, you have no doubt created the finest web presence and promo video of any seminary or educational institution around.

    Your move, Eden & Concordia.

    Credits:
    Website design, development, content, and strategy by Covenant Theological Seminary.
    Primary contributors to the project are Allison Dowlen, Chris Hilton, and Katie Rhea Stokes.

  • What Jen & Mark Halski of @HalskiStudio Learned This Year >>

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    We wanted to finish the year on a local high note here on The Egotist. So, we asked some of the most respected creative visionaries in St. Louis to create a piece, entitled "What I Learned This Year." It can take any form they'd like — an illustration, a top-ten list, an article, video, photo or anything else they envision. Jen & Mark Halski, Prinicipals of Halski Studio, are third in the series.

    Here's what Jen & Mark learned this year.

    Here's an archive of all 2012 contributions.

  • It's Christmas in St. Louis

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    Oh yes. Let's take a stroll down memory lane. The year? 1992. The song? Its Christmas in St. Louis. Hit it Randy…

    Here's an updated audio version, but with stock photography stills alas…

    You may recall Randy from his popular Rally Squirrel song last year, but we don't.

    Regardless, this is one youtube account that we'll file under 'Must Subscribe'.

  • What Nathan Sprehe of @BrandAlmanac Learned This Year >>

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    We wanted to finish the year on a local high note here on The Egotist. So, we asked some of the most respected creative visionaries in St. Louis to create a piece, entitled "What I Learned This Year." It can take any form they'd like — an illustration, a top-ten list, an article, video, photo or anything else they envision. Nathan Sprehe, Principal & Creative Director, is second in the series.

    Here's what Nathan learned this year.

    Here's an archive of all 2012 contributions.

  • Now Hiring Locally: Writer - @Osborn_Barr

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  • Happy Holidays from @90DegreesWest and Bad Santa

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    90 Degrees shows us that there's no one way to do a holiday greeting. In this situation, they have an impostor and a leggy elf driving Santa's sleigh under the influence which leads to an arrest and mugshots… MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!

    Gotta say, we are loving the christmas-themed, dumb ways to die inspired illustrations.

  • What Sang Han @Elixir818 Learned This Year 2012 >>

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    We wanted to finish the year on a local high note here on The Egotist. So, we asked some of the most respected creative visionaries in St. Louis to create a piece, entitled "What I Learned This Year." It can take any form they'd like — an illustration, a top-ten list, an article, video, photo or anything else they envision. Sang Han, creative director, is first up in the series.

    Here's what Sang Han learned this year.

    Here's an archive of all 2012 contributions.

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