This month, we’ve covered how different thinking is central to our core vision at Digital Pudding. It informs the campaigns and strategies we create every day, not because we choose, but rather due to forces that have shaped who we are. Basically, thanks to my own mild autism, we tackle challenges from angles that others don’t even see.
Thanks to my unique abilities, I like to think about different ways we can organize the world around us in the simplest, most streamlined fashion. Sometimes, I’ll get awesome ideas that make total sense from an organizational standpoint yet have no practical way of becoming a reality. Here are some of my favorite. Read More
Last week brought the shocking revelation that I, the founder and leader of this marketing agency, have autism. While probably no surprise to anyone who has met me for more than five minutes, it’s something of a relief having that out there. So, now what? Can it really be a marketing advantage? We think so.
Not much attention is paid to adults with autism, even less to those who are high-functioning. Everyone seems to be more concerned with how it affects children and what we can do to help them. Perhaps it’s because many believe we can reverse the effects in kids and turn them into normal people. That’s a bad idea. Read More
Poetic allusions aside, April is a very important month in the life cycle of our business. It’s the start of the second quarter, a time when a lot of summer business picks up for us. Interestingly enough, April is also Autism Awareness Month. What does that have to do with Digital Pudding? A lot more than you think. Read More