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December 7, 2017

Privacy In JavaScript

By Dakota Larson

As part of my internship, I have done a fair amount of research into JavaScript and the intricacies of the language. In computer science, privacy is an integral part of object oriented programming. Unlike many other programming languages, however, JavaScript does not have a trivial implementation of privacy. Luckily, even though it isn’t obvious, it […] Read More...

November 10, 2017

Augmented and Virtual Reality on the Rise

By Darby Fike

I spend a part of my social media internship time looking into new technology, especially social media platforms. Part of my job is to understand how individuals use these platforms and how our business can use them to communicate effectively with that audience. What most people, including myself, are wondering is what platforms are going […] Read More...

October 26, 2017

Intern Perspective: What I Learned From Linchpin

By Nick Reitan

Nothing, in the span of your career life, provides you with a fresh start like looking for your first full-time job. If you’re an optimist, you think of this as the first step towards a bright and abundant future. If you’re a pessimist, it’s another step closer to your retirement. And, if you’re an empiricist, […] Read More...

One of my favorite perks of interning with Sundog: the resources. I’ve been lucky to have access to some of the latest design software, like the newest Adobe CC Suite, at my disposal. This is a benefit that isn’t standard for students at my age. Some internships or job offerings in a design environment don’t […] Read More...

October 11, 2017

4 Ways to Battle a Creative Slump

By Darby Fike

If you have a job in marketing or advertising, you’re expected to be creative every day. This isn’t a shocker to most, and it wasn’t to me when I accepted my internship. However, I alsoknow that there are times when you’re supposed to be creative and not a single idea comes to you. It can […] Read More...

September 26, 2017

Stuck In a Rut

By Nick Reitan

3 Creative Resources I Use for Improving My Illustrating Skills.   Week after week, designs can start to feel very repetitive in this line of work. As a Design Intern, I have the opportunity to create a wide range of different projects. The struggle that I face is finding inspiration when I have another project […] Read More...

September 18, 2017

Part 3: Lap after lap

By Tony Roetzel

Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those things that […] Read More...

September 8, 2017

Shares, Likes, and the Intern

By Darby Fike

Do you have a Facebook and Snapchat account? Do you like getting likes on your social posts? Do you want the world to hear what you have to say? Then you might be a good person to manage a social media account!  While it’s more than uploading photos on Instagram, that’s  a good place to […] Read More...

Interning at Sundog has allowed me to sharpen many different skills that span marketing and design. One of those skills has been photography. And I love photography. I received my first camera as a high school graduation present from my grandparents. My Nikon D3200 was by my side for every trip, every event, and every […] Read More...

I want to take this opportunity to break down the most common question used in interviews for internships: How will this internship prepare you for your future career goals?   If you’re like the majority of students, you may not know exactly what lies ahead. The hardest question you’ll face is, how do I get […] Read More...

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