November 1, 2011

Pin Your Online Life Together

By Melissa Baxley, Editorial Assistant Social media is continually changing, those who are computer savvy are constantly looking for new user-friendly services to make their life easier. One new website attracting a large number of users allows people to collect and organize ideas as they discover them on the Internet. […]
October 27, 2011

Netflix: Sorry We’re Not Sorry

Ian Twamley, general manager of TGC, highlights the importance of timely and transparent two-way communication between an organization and its customers, especially when changing or launching a new product or service.
October 21, 2011

Simple Design 101

By Lauren Beck, Graphic Designer When we think of Nike, we associate it with a check sign. Target — the red bull’s-eye, and McDonald’s — the golden arches. Despite these being well-known companies, there is something about the simplicity of the brands that make us remember them. The beauty of […]
October 21, 2011

Social Media Management

By Ashley Shaffer, Social Media Director I bet if you threw a paper airplane in a crowded room it would hit someone who uses at least two types of social media. Of course this is just my guess, but a recent study found that half of all Americans are using […]
October 18, 2011

Music: Good for your ears and mind

By Becky Edwards, Account Executive Music improves your mood and helps you get through a stressful day. It can put a smile on your face with just the first seconds of the song. Music also makes you smarter. Studies have shown that classical music stimulates both sides of the brain, […]
October 17, 2011

The Designer Manual

By Megan Greene, Graphic Designer So you’ve hired a designer… now what? How do you communicate? Designers have different work schedules and processes than journalists, public relations reps and other professionals. Working together for a client can be a daunting task. As a designer that has never worked with a […]