The Atomic Garden has taught me that it’s not what you know that makes you smart. What does, is admitting you don’t know shit. So you can ask. And find out.
Long live curiosity!
In the spare time of making edible masterpieces, partying, missing out on sleeping, expanding the boundaries of randomness, finding your future best friends, co-workers and ex’s, you will also learn everything you need to know about advertising here. And you’ll do it with the help from the industry’s greats and from your lost ego.
Digital Advertising course has helped me to look deeper, to search more and to put creative ideas into practice. The skills that I acquired are very useful whenever there is a need to organize the chaos in my brain or start approaching a new brand from zero. Also, what could be better than meeting inspiring professionals of the advertising industry and learning directly from them?
I had been thinking a long time before joining TAG, had many doubts whether the school would justify my expectations. Now I can safely say that it was more than worth it. I met a number of industry professionals, in half a year learned more than others learn in 4 years at the University and, of course, I got the desired and beloved work. What else can you wish for?
Before starting this course I had knowledge about main social media channels, but not as deep and wide as I wished. Digital Advertising gave me consistent view of all the digital media channels and how to use them. I would recommend this course for those who want to introduce themselves to social media platforms and learn more about various platforms.
The Atomic Garden gave me my first job. Also, a sense of what I’m doing and which ideas that I think of are worth something and which are a complete crazy-weird type. But, well, actually, the most important thing, that I am thankful for is the people that I met there. I know it sounds banal, but it’s true. Wonderful people, you don’t meet anymore just because of Atomic, you go watch football with them, make a board game evening or break a leg, which also becomes fun. I am very thankful for Atomic Garden, that it broadened my view to lots of different things and not only advertising. And most importantly – didn’t force me to grow up and get serious.
I found this Digital Advertising course at The Atomic Garden really beneficial – it helped me get to know the industry in a very short period of time. Also, I made a few connections that eventually led me to a really cool job. My highest recommendation.
This course inspired me to always take one step further, even when you think that you nailed your strategy, and work to perfection. Also, that first three ideas should always go directly to trash, so you have to dig deeper!
I can say only one word about The Atomic Garden – amazing! To be honest, when I decided to enter this school I did not expect much to learn, the main thing for me was to know the industry, people. I had this belief that you can not learn creativity because it’s something that is given to you and that’s it. But, man, I was wrong, there are layers of strategy, insights, concepts and techniques which leads you to creating a good ad. So at the end, I not only met really interesting teachers and students but also mind opening lectures and all my expectations were exceeded when I got my dream job in one of the best advertising agencies in Lithuania!
Main lesson I learned – audience doesn’t owe you anything and in order to create quality content you must keep asking yourself what value you give to the user / reader. Another great thing – you gain not only theoretical knowledge, that tends to get out of the date soon, but you learn how to think in certain principles. That stays for life.
To be interesting and influential in the world of advertising, you have to learn you’re not doing it for your own expression. During the time here, TAG grew the sense for versatility in me and that’s the best thing that could’ve happened.
While studying here I gained a lot of knowledge and understanding but I learnt one thing: anything that can go wrong, will go wrong and don’t even try to say ‘everything will be alright’, cause it means ‘stay put and do nothing’. No, DO stuff and then you will find solutions and then you will find the way to make it better. And then you will be THE account manager they need.
I learned that the things happening outside advertising make your ideas rich and interesting. Sitting and staring at the computer rarely works. Go out, talk to people, try crazy things, fail, try again and again. Personal experiences make powerful ideas.