Gen Z
New research shows over half of Gen Z show strong interest in working in the public sector or for themselves November 12, 2019 Young people in Ireland would like to work in the public sector, or to run their own business. That’s according to new research published by Young Social Innovators (YSI), which was carried out as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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Visual Communications
The Revolution of Visual Communications April 13, 2017 In this week’s blog, Junior Account Executive, Pennie McGonagle, examines how and why visual communications have taken over our social media platforms … Over the last few decades, a digital revolution has occurred and like many others, I am constantly …
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NCAD Digital Pathways
Digital Pathways conference focuses on empowering young people January 18, 2017 The ‘Creating Digital Pathways for Young People’ Conference, was held today (18.01.17) at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Dublin, and focused on the sharing of best practise for developing the digital skills of young people and …
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2016 Review
Our 2016 Review – DHR’s Year in Numbers December 22, 2016 Our 2016 Review – It’s been an exciting, positive and busy year here at DHR. We’ve created a graphic to showcase our year in numbers. Here’s hoping that 2017 is just as good!
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Web Design
Ask the Web Designer – Paul O’Connor November 15, 2016 As part of our ‘Ask the expert’ series, we caught up with web designer extraordinaire Paul O’Connor from Judo Design, to ask for his insights and expertise on the web design of building and maintaining an engaging website. What are …
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Brexit: The power of emotion in communications July 21, 2016 The Brexit hangover continues as uncertainty prolongs, what will now happen is still unknown. However, something that is clear is how the ‘Remain’ side failed to connect with the ordinary British voter. There has been much opinion given as to …
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Over half of Irish consumers now get their news via social media sites – Reuters Institute Report June 15, 2016 PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, 15th June 2016 Over half of Irish consumers now get their news via social media sites – Reuters Institute Report International research published today (15.06.16) by the Reuters Institute has found that over one in ten (12 per …
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PR Trends for 2016 January 7, 2016 This week, our Account Director Sarah Harte blogs about what she thinks the PR trends for 2016 will be…  Belated Happy New Year! We hope your 2016 has gotten off to a fantastic start. Here in DHR, we are always …
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Top Five Tips for Social-Media-Shy SMEs April 7, 2015 Here at DHR, every day, we work with clients of varying sizes and in a wide range of sectors on their online communications. This ranges from managing the development of new websites, to devising social media strategies and campaigns, to …
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