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You into basketball? If yes, check out this in-depth piece on ESPN by Ethan Sherwood Strauss, "You won't believe how Nike lost Steph to Under Armour". For those of you who aren't keeping tabs courtside, a quick summary of the story: then-up-and-coming player Stephen...

There's plenty of great info out there on factors to consider when creating immersive experiences in events or activations. Lighting, spatial design, audio, emotional connection and story, all of these things matter, all contribute to the experience. But what about food?
With Christmas coming up, it’s time for all you event planners out there to review the year and tally up whether you’ve been naughty or nice. Did you organize your time well? Go eco-friendly with your event venues? Take care of your contracts ahead of time? Use local vendors? Refrain from having a meltdown in front of your staff? Avoid having leftover cake for dinner?

Event production doesn't exist in a bubble, but rather skates the edges of many different fields: stage design, audio-visual, marketing, catering, and a dozen other things, and its advancement has been dependent on the evolution of technology in its sister industries. This #tbt, we take...

In the midst of a busy New Year season, we caught a few minutes of the annual Pasadena Rose Parade broadcast, and naturally, we marvel at both the floats and the logistics: can you imagine? Even as a member of the industry, it's hard to wrap your head around the amount of work it takes to put together an event that size.
Decibel Management has been very busy since September and we are happy to finish out 2013 with an exciting amount of events we were fortunate to be a part of during the fall months! National Book Festival, SHIRE Mobile Tour, National ATI Day, Glass Packaging Institute’s Annual Meeting, Clorox Caroling with Busy Phillips, NextGen Climate Action Summit, Raleigh Christmas Parade, London Financial Forum, just to name a few.
One of the best parts of the event production and management world is getting to see cutting edge and new, emerging technologies. This is especially true when companies get together and produce a field ready unit that can be rolled into our current event mix.
Over the past few months we have posted a few times about Facade Mapping and how clients can use it bring a whole new visual element to an event.
Over the past few months, we have been hard at work on our new custom online registration system, and wanted to share a quick behind the scenes photo of our IA process flow.
So it may be a foregone conclusion, but it seems that some of the event work we do at Decibel does follow us home. Check out the multi-axis camera jib after the jump
After reading a few posts from our friend @blah2voila about million dollar ideas, I wanted to share this amazing project from the designers at MNML. Scott Wilson and team designed two watches that integrate the iPod Nano, the TikTok and LunaTik.
Read a great article today that highlights the video capability of the iPhone 4. While I am still waiting for the iPhone to be released on Verizon, I can certainly enjoy these great music videos.