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Michelle Sternbauer Celebrates 10 Years at THAT Agency

This month we honored Michelle Sternbauer for reaching her 10th anniversary of working at THAT Agency. Over the last decade, Michelle has been an important asset to our team, excelling in a variety of positions and projects. Michelle joined the team in 2004 and was one of the company’s first employees. With her wide knowledge […]

How to Protect Your Online Reputation

You’ve most likely spent years building a good reputation for both yourself and your business. In today’s age of social media, online review platforms such as Yelp, Angie’s List and Trip Advisor, and sites like Ripoff Report, protecting your online reputation has become more challenging than ever. All it takes is one or two unhappy […]

The Ever Important Hashtag

The origin of the hashtag is well documented. When Twitter was born in March of 2006, they faced true hardship in entering the social networking atmosphere. Facebook had been dominating the way our society chose to connect online, and without any real visual capabilities, I’m sure I wasn’t the only one that thought Twitter was […]

What’s Trending Now: Highlights From 2014 Ultra Music Festival

The THAT Agency is more than just business. Based in South Florida, it’d be hard to ignore all the exciting events going on around us. Two weekends ago was the West Palm Beach Boat Show, and this weekend the Ultra Music Festival closed out Winter Music Conference just south of us in Miami. If you […]

Sometimes You Just Need to Throw 100 Cats into the Place and See What Happens

Recently, I came across some video about IKEA’s creative team, and their so-called “experiment”, which resulted in something unexpected, and quite amazing. In short, two gentlemen on IKEA’s creative team conjured up an idea to bring 100 cats into an IKEA store, after hours, and film what happened.  Maybe they’d get something great, maybe they […]

A Designer’s Perspective on an Advanced Photoshop Conference

I recently attended a Photoshop Conference in West Palm Beach, Florida.  Two classes were offered, beginners and advanced.  The beginner’s class was just that, an overview of the interface, components and so on.  I could not imagine sitting through another beginner’s Photoshop interface run through.  So, I opted for the advance training class. I had […]