Creative Strategy

March 18, 2016
Mobile Movement: Google’s AMP

In February, Google officially rolled out AMP (short for Accelerated Mobile Pages). Google says mobile web pages load 85% faster with AMP. Faster rendering means more page views, leading to more ad views (which also load much faster). At the same time, Facebook announced Canvas, a new fullscreen mobile ad format that can instantaneously load many […]

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February 9, 2016
Hiring the right designer

Have you heard or experienced first hand one of the following scenarios? You’ve hired a designer and it takes months to complete the promised materials. Your web designer built your website, it “kind of works”, and now you can’t get ahold of them. You’ve paid a designer that promised “XY & Z” but they are now having […]

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January 28, 2016
Creating a brand style guide

A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. Your reputation is comprised of many elements: what you do, what you say and how you present yourself to the world. For a small business a brand style guide lays out the rules for how you’re presenting yourself. A quick google search on style […]

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November 13, 2015
Micro-Moments – It’s Shopping Season

Want-to-know moments. Want-to-go moments. Want-to-do moments. Want-to-buy moments. They’re all micro-moments, and they’re the new battleground for brands. Micro-moments are transforming the way consumers shop. Retailers have to win micro-moments to win omni-channel shoppers. As we head into the holiday season, it’s more important than ever to rethink how your design is engaging your audience. Plan […]

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October 20, 2015
Event Marketing – Building an Experience

You go to see a concert for a certain artist because you have an expectation of what it will be like to hear and see them perform. There’s an established connection. In the 5+ years working with Red Frog Events, one of the fastest growing event companies in the country, I had the opportunity to […]

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September 22, 2015
A Startup’s Checklist

Working with startups is something I enjoy doing. There’s plenty of ground to cover when building an online presence and for me the challenge is like having a blank canvas. So here are some things you should plan on if you’re just starting out to paint a complete picture. Research, review and apply. Take a […]

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September 10, 2015
Thinking mobile

Designing for mobile isn’t just a solid practice for visual aesthetics. There’s data to backup why there should be a focus on the content that your users find and ensuring a simple intuitive experience. 2x increase in “near me” searches in the past year.1 You’re out and want to find the closest Italian restaurant. Finding the […]

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