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So you want to be a graphic designer?

September 13, 2017 3:21:35 PM EAT / by Abigail Arunga posted in graphic design, graphic design colleges, logo design, Ian Arunga, graphic design classes

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We talked to one of the best ones in the game - Ian Arunga, who is the Art Director for FCB Sema House, who started off as a graphic designer himself.
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Why you should encourage your kids learn art in school

September 8, 2017 1:02:57 PM EAT / by Abigail Arunga posted in Design, graphic design, art school, drawing classes, art history

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Why should you encourage your kids to learn art in school? We talked to Nzilani Simu, who is also a Graphic Design Lecturer at ADMI.

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Top 5 best video games in 2017

September 2, 2017 2:05:42 PM EAT / by Phillip Odhiambo posted in software engineering, gaming, software development, software design, game design

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The last few years has seen tremendous growth in the video gaming industry. There is a growing gaming community in Africa who are keeping tabs with these developments. We recently sad down with one such avid gamer Philip Odhiambo an ADMI alumni and according to him these are the top 5 best videos games in 2017.

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What Are Film Distributors Looking For?

August 23, 2017 10:00:00 AM EAT / by Abigail Arunga posted in Film & Television, MultiChoice Africa, SABC, sound quality, shows, Erica Sugo Anyadike, Selling Your Film, distribution, picture

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How to sell your film.

Erica Sugo Anyadike is the founder of StoryLab Limited, and has over 10 years experience in the television industry. She worked in development for Morula Pictures (creators of 'Generations') and was a Commissioning Editor, and subsequently a Programming Manager, at the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation).

In Kenya, she has worked as a Head of Development for another company before forming her own company, StoryLab, as well as working for MultiChoice Africa. Her passion is "ensuring that the stories a society tells about itself are varied and vibrant."

We asked her about buying and selling films, and what makes a good one in this market.

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6 Tips to Make Your Film Project Stand Out.

August 16, 2017 6:35:15 PM EAT / by Thomas Bundi posted in film, Film & Television, film maker, film making

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CRAFTING YOUR CINEMATIC PROJECT:

As aspiring African film makers, directors and producers, it is necessary to develop and create projects that are of high artistic and commercial value. For quite some time now, the term 'local content' has often been associated with less than world-class quality projects.

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What is the Difference Between an Animator and an Illustrator?

August 14, 2017 1:50:17 PM EAT / by Abigail Arunga posted in Animation, graphics, illustrator

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We recently had a chat with our own Brian Omolo, a digital artist and a lecturer at ADMI, to help us better understand the difference between being an animator and an illustrator.

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10 Tips to Get You Started in Photography

August 7, 2017 1:47:55 PM EAT / by Mutindi Musimba posted in Composition, Photography

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Do you have a camera and just can't stop clicking? Lets put some form into that new found joy with these basic starter tips that might help you start a journey into professional photography.

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7 tips that will help you succeed as digital marketer.

August 3, 2017 6:16:07 PM EAT / by ADMI team posted in marketing, digital marketing, online marketing

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Thinking about a career in Digital Marketing? Here are some tips from ADMI alumnus, Kennedy Carrington Otiebo, now Group Digital Marketing Manager at Cellulant, a leading mobile services company with operations in over 12 countries.

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How was the first sound recording done?

August 3, 2017 12:00:00 AM EAT / by Mutindi Musimba posted in ADMI, music production, Sound Engineering, SOUND, sound recording

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Did you know that humanity's first recording was done by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville in 1860 in Paris? Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville invented sound recording when he thought of a machine that does for the ear what the camera did for the eye.  He called it a phonautograph and it inscribed airborne sounds onto paper, over time, to be studied visually. These recordings he called phonautograms. These phonautograms however could not be played back, they were simply inscriptions of the sound captured.
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5 Most common myths on Social Media Marketing

August 2, 2017 10:00:00 AM EAT / by Mutindi Musimba posted in advertising, digital, digital marketing, online marketing, social media marketing

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Most Common Misconceptions About Social Media Marketing

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