creative

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Artistic material used in advertising, e.g. photographs, drawings, or video

I've included in my portfolio all the creative I've completed in my five year design career.

A person directly involved in a creative marketing process

He is a visionary creative.

Original, expressive and imaginative
Having the ability to create
{a} able or having the power to create, fertile
Creative activities involve the inventing and making of new kinds of things. creative writing Cooking is creative
having the ability or power to create; "a creative imagination"
creativity, creativity process, creative approach
The graphic content of an advertisement which is delivered to a web site
{s} artistic; full of creativity; innovative, inventive
Another term used for any advertising graphic (Banners, buttons, pictures with links, etc)
Having the power to create; exerting the act of creation
If you use something in a creative way, you use it in a new way that produces interesting and unusual results. his creative use of words. + creatively crea·tive·ly Genet teaches you to think creatively. someone such as a writer or artist who uses their imagination or skills to make things
Having unusual ideas and innovative thoughts Able to put things together in new and imaginative ways
The materials used in advertising to convey a message Digital creative can be text, static graphic, animated graphic, video, audio or other See Banner
Advertising people are funny They call magazines "books," television "broadcast," and advertisements "creative " While the idea of calling ads "creative" may vary from ludicrously hopeful to woefully inadequate, when someone from the advertising world tells you they've been doing some great creative lately, what they really mean is "ads "
adj 1 creating or able to create 2 having or showing imagination and artistic or intellectual inventiveness [creative writing] 3 stimulating the imagination and inventive powers[creative toys] 4 imaginatively or inventively deceptive [creative accounting]
promoting construction or creation; "creative work" having the ability or power to create; "a creative imagination" having the power to bring into being
adj Having the ability or power to create Characterized by originality and expressiveness; imagination
The unique are and copy that is developed to bring messages to varied market segments This includes, but is not limited to, theme/icon, printed materials, print ads, broadcast ads and other means
the product of a designer directly involved in a creative marketing process
promoting construction or creation; "creative work"
a series of products or the collective products of a designer or designers directly involved in a creative marketing process
A creative person has the ability to invent and develop original ideas, especially in the arts. Like so many creative people he was never satisfied. her obvious creative talents. + creativity crea·tiv·ity American art reached a peak of creativity in the '50s and 60s
having the power to bring into being
The technology used to create or develop an ad unit The most common creative technology for banners is GIF or JPEG images Other creative technologies include Java, - HTML, or streaming audio or video These are commonly referred to as rich media banners
- an advertising term referring to graphic design work like logo's and banners
Creative Commons
A set of licences intended to offer the consumer more freedoms than traditional copyright (sometimes abbreviated CC)
creative accounting
Financial accounting practices which are usually not explicitly illegal, but which are unorthodox, imaginative, usually misleading, and of questionable ethics

Italy’s public deficit is within the EU limit of 3 per cent of GDP, but only with the help of some creative accounting by the Government’s number-crunchers.

creative differences
Interpersonal disagreements within a collaborating group of musicians, authors, or other artists, especially as resulting in a collapse of the collaboration

Ace 2 is back on track after the original director resigned, citing creative differences with the star.

creative writing
Art of writing texts such as novels, short stories and poems which fall outside the bounds of professional, journalistic, academic and technical discourse
creative director
A creative director is a position usually found within the advertising, media or entertainment industries, but may be useful in other creative organizations such as web development and software development firms as well. The job entails overseeing the design of branding and advertising for a client and ensuring that the new branding and advertising fits in with the clients requirements and the image they wish to promote for their company or product. The main aspects of this role are to interpret a client's communications strategy and then develop proposed creative approaches and treatments that align with that strategy. Another is to initiate and stimulate creative ideas for and from everyone involved in the creative process. Creative directors normally oversee creative service agencies or departments within a corporation. In advertising agencies, this consists of copywriters and art directors. In media design firms, the team can include graphic designers and computer programmers
Creative Labs
{i} name of the U.S. and British subsidiaries of the parent computing company Creative Technology, manufacturer of sound cards Soundblaster
Creative visualization
This is achieved by picturing a goal and imagining its fulfillment
creative accounting
exaggerated valuation and presentation of a situation that is not truly realistic in a company's reports by using accounting "tricks
creative accounting
disapproval Creative accounting is when companies present or organize their accounts in such a way that they gain money for themselves or give a false impression of their profits. Much of the apparent growth in profits that occurred in the 1980s was the result of creative accounting. the process of using unusual but not illegal ways to change business accounts to make them look better than they really are
creative drama
inventive drama, drama that stimulates the inventive powers
creative imagination
ability to think of new ideas, capability of creating new concepts
creative thinking
Original, independent thinking that asks, "How might I approach this problem in new and inventive ways?"
creative thinking
Able to see and make things in a new or different way
creative thinking
Ability to form new combinations of ideas to fulfill a need
creative thinking
Develops creative solutions Applies creative solutions to new situations Decision Making Analyzes situation/information Considers risks/implications Compiles multiple viewpoints
creative thinking
- The ability to think in a new or unique way
creative thinking
Creative thinking includes fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration
creative thinking
The process of producing many alternative useful ideas for a given problem, challenge or situation Originally known as 'problem solving' If you want to learn more, jump to the Creative Thinking section of Nigel Temple's website
creative thinking
An expanding activity that takes what we already know and combines it into new relationships and therefore into new images, ideas, or solutions
creative thinking
creativity: the ability to create
creative thinking
Divergent; creating a large pool of unique ideas See also: Critical Thinking
creative thinking
inventive thinking, original thinking
creative thinking
The ability or power used to produce original thoughts and ideas based upon reasoning and judgment
creative writing
inventive writing, original writing
creativeness
The state of being creative; creativity
creatively
in a creative manner; "she solved the problem creatively"
creatively
in a creative manner
creatively
in a creative manner; "she solved the problem creatively
creativeness
the ability to create
creativeness
{i} inventiveness, imaginativeness
creativeness
The quality of being creative
creatives
plural of creative
creative
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