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Creative Director, Principal
Voted “Least Friendly 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015,” Jason leads the creative and interaction teams at BBG, bringing continuous curiosity about the world and how we interact with it.
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Print Magazine New Visual Artist 15 Under 30 Amy Schwartz

Bright Bright Great is excited to announce that our Creative Director Amy Schwartz has been named one of Print Magazine’s 15 Visual Artists Under 30. To commemorate the accolade, all artists were asked to produce a cover for the monthly print issue.

Amy Schwartz Print Magazine 15 Under 30

 

More About Amy Schwartz:
https://brightbrightgreat.com/tag/amy-nicole-schwartz/

More About Print Magazine:
http://www.printmag.com/

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Cabin Fever – BBG Retreat 2017

The BBG team headed to Saugatauk, in Eastern MI for a lock-in to explore where BBG is headed in 2018 and beyond as well as prepare for our BBG X website launching early next year.

Notes:

  1. This was a cabin in the middle of nowhere.
  2. Every restaurant in Saugatauk advised us “not to get the special”
  3. We spent many hours by a fireplace.
  4. The back of our cabin lead to a trail bringing up thoughts from Creepshow 2’s “The Raft.”
  5. We watched Riverdale and drank wine.
  6. Less vomit than our retreat to Cedar Point.
  7. Avondale Shrimp Co. was born.

Some of our favorites from our cabin adventure.

Amy Schwartz Creative Director Ken Barrios Developer Amy Schwartz Bright Bright Great Kara ShimMack Freemire and Kara Shim Designer Tiffany Stoik and Kara Shim Mackenzie Freemire Amy Schwartz Jeanne Henry Jason Schwartz Ken Barrios Jason SchwartzFireside with Jason Schwartz Jeanne Henry Project Manager

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Fast Co. Innovation By Design Awards 2017 Winners Announced

Fast Company’s sixth annual Innovation By Design Awards drew more than 2,500 submissions. The 299 honorees, chosen by expert judges in 13 categories, represent the best products, services, interfaces, and ideas of 2017.

Dotdot for the Internet of Things, Wolff Olins

This is notable because Amy Schwartz, Creative Director at Bright Bright Great was a 2017 judge alongside creative leads from Google, Amazon, IKEA, Airbnb, Adidas, Slack & MoMA.

The winner for Graphic Design and Data Visualization for 2017 was Wolff Olins work for Dotdot, functional branding for the Internet of Things.

Creators: Wolff Olins Forest Young, Head of Design Lauren Liao, Head of Strategy Andy Dobson, Director of Technology Ada Mayer, Senior Designer Ben Gibbs, Senior Designer Elaine Lin, Designer External Partners Natalie Linden, Copywriter Ilan Beesen, Naming Frederico Phillips, 3D Designer Wilm Thoben, Coding Hunter Gatherer, Video

Agency: Wolff Olins

Link to Article: https://www.fastcodesign.com/innovation-by-design/2017/category/graphic-design-and-data-visualization

Congrats to Wolff Olins from the BBG crew!

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BBG Creative Director Amy Schwartz & Managing Director, Founder Jason Schwartz Announced as TopCon 2017 Speakers

TopCon is is an annual, one-day conference celebrating all things creative. Every year hundreds of incredible minds come together to share stories and ideas, failures and successes, and a whole lotta love.

Hear and learn from some of today’s emerging, influential, and downright nicest people in the creative industry.

TopCon TN Speakers

Bright Bright Great Creative Director Amy Schwartz and Managing Director, Founder Jason Schwartz (collective known as The Dracula Family) have been announced to speak at TopCon 2017 in Chatanooga, TN.

https://www.topcontn.com

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New Work: BBG Updates University of Chicago’s Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Digital Experience

Bright Bright Great is excited to announce the launch of the University of Chicago‘s new Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation digital experience. It was an amazing experience for the BBG team collaborating with both the University of Chicago’s Polsky Center and IT teams to launch.

The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation drives venture creation and technology commercialization within the University of Chicago and the surrounding community. Through education, partnerships, and new venture support, the Polsky Center advances the knowledge and practice of entrepreneurship and accelerates the commercialization of research. The Polsky Center helps students, faculty, staff, alumni, researchers and local entrepreneurs navigate the complex process of creating and growing a startup.

It’s resources include a 34,000 square-foot, multi-disciplinary co-working space called the Polsky Exchange; a $20 million Innovation Fund that invests in early-stage ventures; and a state-of-the-art Fabrication Lab for prototyping new products.

University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Website University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Website University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Website

 

University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Website

 

University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

Previous Design:

Polsky Center for Innovation Website

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