Understanding Your Basic Copyright Rights

As professionals in a creative field, a lot of us have side jobs freelancing. Weather you’re a freelance writer, graphic designer, or you do both,

8 signs your website is majorly outdated

People can tell a lot about a person or a company by visiting their website. With technology being the most convenient way to research, people often visit your website to get a good idea of what you do

What does the color of your logo say about your business?

Did you know 84.7% of consumers cite color as the primary reason they buy a product? Did you also know that 93% of people consider visual appearance when they purchase things?

The In’s and Out’s of a Successful eNewsletter Campaign

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We see it all the time especially around the holidays—our email is overflowing with messages about the same deals. Nordstrom’s Labor Day Sale, Dillard’s President’s Day Sale

5 Famous Ad Men

Prior to the 1960’s Creative Revolution in Advertising, print and television advertisements were generally stagnant, boring, and explanatory. Print solely consisted of a feature of the product

Elements of a Strong Brand

What does having a “brand” mean? Some may think about a company’s image, or a company’s logo, or perhaps their motto.

Responsive Design

What is it? Why does it matter? It’s no secret that our culture consumes more information on the go, and what was once considered a secondary design concern

"Stay hungry, stay foolish."

As you all know Steve Jobs passed away yesterday. His passing inspired me to write a few words about the effect he has had on my life, career and Snackbox.

NomNomist Logo Unveiled

It's no secret that I love food ... so it's only natural that my love for food gets a home

Email Campaign Timing

People ask me all the time, "when should I send my email?" And usually, I have about as much information about that campaign as you do – which is not much. If you spend some time researching