Whose idea was this anyway?

In the darkness of a movie theater as the credits roll by, you come to see what a big production putting together a feature film can be. The viewer is totally unaware of all the energy that has gone into creating the motion picture, which is the point of all that hard work — to make the final product appear effortless and fluid.

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Color Psychology in Logo Design

A logo is an important aspect to any company. It serves as the visual image of the company’s products, philosophies, brand, and identity. The connotation of the logo varies, depending on the company itself, such as: loyalty, creativity, trustworthy, innovation, or luxury.

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Grow Your Email List Using Social Media

By now, we’ve all heard how important it is for your business or organization to maintain a presence on social media. But, are you tapping into the potential of using social media to grow your email list and move people further into your marketing funnel?

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Print Is NOT Dead

As a part of the millennial generation I have grown up using technology. One of the hardest habits to break during graphic design classes was to refuse the urge to go straight to the computer to design and instead sketch down our ideas on paper.

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