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  • Vancouver's leading digital agency leverages business wins, innovative work, and 'tradigital' philosophy to gain coveted invitation from the Society of Digital Agencies

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • "Our growing success can be attributed to our depth of experience in 'tradigital' communications, and our thought leadership as the architects of Vancouver Digital Week and as the visionaries behind the celebrated Cossette Convergence events," says Angele Beausoleil, VP strategy and client services, Fjord West.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • "Our growing success can be attributed to our depth of experience in 'tradigital' communications, and our thought leadership as the architects of Vancouver Digital Week and as the visionaries behind the celebrated Cossette Convergence events," says

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  • This representation would show that traditional builds a foundation (pushing brand voice), tradigital spreads it digitally (calling for interaction) and social engagement "touches" its audience, inviting them to a more casual conversation.

    Logic+Emotion

  • Is there any difference in the nature of 'interactive' between tradigital and social initiatives?

    Logic+Emotion

  • Therefore "social" would be more engagement-oriented compared to traditional, while tradigital would fall in the middle.

    Logic+Emotion

  • The post is about FaceBook, but it is less about them, than it is about business models for dot. com companies with large userbases who insist on following tradigital advertising models.

    The Bankwatch

  • Users can create tradigital and bitmap animations, or combine elements of both.

    MacNN | The Macintosh News Network

  • Keyframing in cut-out and tradigital animation is a breeze.

    UK Regional Film and Television News

  • Toon Boom Animate enables users to create tradigital and bitmap animation as well as combine both styles.

    Macsimum News

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  • Referring to art, especially animation, that combines traditional and computer-generated media. Cinematic examples include Who's Afraid of Roger Rabbit?, Spaceballs, and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The term was earliest coined about 1995. (From ArtLex)

    June 4, 2008