In this Take 5 with Hive we are looking at gender stereotypes within children's advertising.
A pick of the coolest album covers by our creative director.
With Halloween on Monday we thought it was a good excuse to interview our senior designer Sam and find out his top five horror movie posters!
Snapchat, one of the world’s largest image sharing mobile apps has recently undergone a subtle transformation, in this weeks Take 5 with Hive we will be looking into why this change is exciting the industry.
It's Friday in the office and that means it's time for our weekly take Five with Hive! This week we are taking a look back at some of our favourite vehicle designs.
In this Friday's Take 5ive with Hive we have gone GIF mad as we delve into Social Media's latest way of communicating...
Twitter announces plan to remove the character count for media attachments in the upcoming weeks. But what does this mean for creative content within our tweets?!
Planning to venture out into the world of social media this year? How are you going to cut through all that natter and clutter? Here’s what we think...
Find out the benefits of creating guidelines for your brand.
Competitions on social media are a great way to reward loyal fans and get audiences engaging and interacting with your brand online. However, the huge surge in serial ‘Compers’ has left those trying to provide authentic content on social media a little frustrated.
This weeks Take 5ive with Hive ways builds on our previous blog "Compers: Pros and Cons on social media." and explores 5 ways that compers and social media managers can work in harmony.
TalkTalk is the headline sponsor of the X-factor for the 10th Year running, and as the audience drops to 6.3 million (the lowest in 10 years) what have they got up their sleeve to capture this dwindling but still impressive audience.
It’s Friday in the Hive office and time for our Take 5ive weekly blog. This week we are using the universal language of cute animal GIFs to reflect on 5 common faux “paws”.
At Hive we understand that a website is only as good as its loading time. According to a recent survey users now expect a load time of 2 - 3 seconds or less! So for this Friday’s Take 5ive we have gone a bit techy (which rhymes with Treky… and has ended up being the blog theme, why not it’s Friday eh?!)
Set yourself apart with the No.1 positioning principle.