Christopher Brooks

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April 9, 2021

One important but often overlooked responsibility of a Digital Producer at an agency is to make sure colleagues on the creative team understand technical capabilities so that they’re always pushing the envelope for what’s possible as a part of any campaign. While I hosted training classes and was always available to bounce ideas off of, […]

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Come to Life

February 20, 2021

Sometimes at Bailey Lauerman, I’d be tasked with drumming up landing pages for prospective clients. Generally, we’d need a place to include the RFP, links to relevant work, and creative samples. Normally we’d send these over on a thumb drive along with the print version, but that’s so early-2000’s (and not to mention, unsecure). I […]

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The Omaha Crawl

August 6, 2019

For Bailey Lauerman’s annual summer party, the executive team wanted new, out-of-town employees (such as myself) to experience the city of Omaha as tourists and come away with a newfound appreciation for the vibrant city where they live, work, and play. As a member of the party-planning committee, I put together a microsite in anticipation […]

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Phillips66 CMS Guide

When I started with Bailey Lauerman back in 2018, one of the immediate issues I had to deal with was their unhappiness with their website, especially the CMS component. Based on discussions had with the hiring manager during the interview process, it became obvious that we would need to migrate the website away from the […]

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Outside the Wire

August 31, 2005

I am sorry I haven’t written in a while. I have been trying to keep myself busy around here and it seems as if I’m doing a good job. Anyhow, I promised that I would tell you about what I do here for work. Well the answer is a bit tricky: because of my training […]

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I am in Iraq

August 2, 2005

This is a post from an earlier blog I kept when I was in Iraq. Mood: 😳 Where should I start? Well, when I last left y’all I was still at Beuhring, burning up. Well on Tuesday, space on a C-130 (Air Force Cargo plane that I have jumped off before during Airborne school) opened […]

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Desert Combat Training

July 25, 2005

This is a post from an earlier blog I kept when I was in Iraq. Mood: 🔫 I have some unfortunate news to tell you… On my way back home from a firing range set up in the middle of nowhere, my convoy was attacked. An IED was set off on the third vehicle in […]

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