The one statement that stood out to me in any design class was “keep it simple, stupid” or K.I.S.S. A logo needs to be able to stand alone as a symbol of your brand, your company, and most importantly your products. The goal is having something that is instantly recognizable and simple.
Working hard at your desk is consequently, hard on your body. We all have felt the lower back pain, the tight neck, and tired upper back while slaving over a desk for hours each day. The phrase “office yoga” tends to strike people the wrong way.
Web.com, one of the worlds largest web development companies, providing services for millions of small business owners has made news the other week. web.com is a publicly traded company which racked in about 106.5 million dollars in 2014; and you would think they could have used some of that money to up their web security, […]
In case you missed our anniversary announcement, we recently outgrew our third floor offices in downtown Jacksonville’s Law Exchange Building and moved about 25 feet upwards. Relocating our marketing and creative team to the fifth floor essentially doubled our office space, allowing for…
The Millennials were born into this world with the Internet; they are the first generation of many to come who only know life as one way – digital. In a world where the effects of traditional advertising are fading, how do marketers reach this digitally reliant generation?