This week we closed the books on the first half of 2011 and embark on the second. Hope your summer is getting off to a great start. Two solid months of longer days and warm weather lay ahead. If you haven’t done so by now, it’s time to buy some fresh sunblock.
This Fourth of July, remember to keep Mother Nature in mind while you go patriotic. Here are some tips on how to mix a little green into your red, white and blue.…
Summer has officially begun, so break out the sun block and get ready to move your laptop outside! Longer daylight hours let you put in a little O.T. and go the extra creative mile.
Want to keep the earth cool while you’re in the heat, this summer? Our latest Green Your Life will green your summer with tons of tips, ideas and inspiration to keep your 2011 summer fun, beautiful and eco-friendly. Afterall, we want to keep having these beautiful summers for as long as we can. …
Mid-June finds us up to our necks in an ocean of inspiration. We discovered useful social networking tactics, studied brochure design lessons, took advantage of a stampede of freebies, and focused on photography advice from the pros. Over the weekend you’ll find a few fascinating posts to peruse, too. See you on Monday when we stoke your creative fires again.
June brings us the longest days of the year and is also known for being the month in which the most marriages take place. Hope your plans include checking us out every day. We’ll continue to post the best in marketing tips, graphic design inspiration and photographic fun.
Ahh, Memorial Day. We enjoyed a nice holiday on Monday and we hope you had the day off, too! Now it’s time to get back to work and rev up our marketing motors and our design engines and kick it into high gear!
While preparing for the 3-day Memorial Weekend, our thoughts turn towards those who have suffered the devastating forces of nature and our hopes and prayers go out to them. Here at the blog, we started out with a lesson on how to probe our customers. Next we immersed ourselves in business card design and creation with FREE templates and tutorials. Close behind was a marathon of FREE stuff to inspire and assist graphic designers everywhere.