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Jul 16 9 Ways To Make Content Mobile-Friendly

By Sarah Skrilloff, Business Development Assistant

In the Web of today, content is king. Nearly every major brand works hard to create original and valuable content […]

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Jul 08 Logo, Identity and Brand – What’s the difference?

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

Logo, identity and brand all sound like they could be the same thing, right? Wrong. Think of it this way […]

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Jul 03 A Brief History of Typography & Typefaces

By Sarah Skrilloff, Business Development Assistant

Type is everywhere – street signs, magazines, the web. Every typeface you see around you has been painstakingly and carefully […]

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Jun 25 What’s the best file type for my design work?

By Sarah Skrilloff, Business Development Assistant

What’s the best file type for my design work? Your design work is worth saving properly – You pour your […]

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Jun 18 99Designs and Crowd Sourcing Design Sites – When Cheap Graphic Design is Actually Expensive

By ashworth.admin

Should I Use 99Designs for Cheap Graphic Design? It’s a question many businesses have been asking themselves since “crowdsourcing” and […]

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Jun 10 What is the difference between CMYK and RGB colors?

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

Does your advertising agency or print company use weird acronyms that you don’t understand? Acronyms like CMYK and RGB? If […]

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Jun 05 A Guide to Avoiding Marketing Woes: Ashworth Creative’s “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and NO’s!”

By Brianne Radtke, Public Relations

The unforgettable children’s song, “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” is one of the most well known hooks in popular music. […]

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Jun 01 Internet Memes – Love Them or Hate Them, They Can Serve a Purpose

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

Internet Memes – you might be wondering what these have to do with Ashworth Creative, but we promise you there’s […]

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May 14 Google Glass Release Date: Today

By Courtney Bonfante, Project Manager

Google announced today that its face-mounted camera is now available to the general public to purchase. Previously only available to […]

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May 08 Introducing Courtney, Project Manager

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

Courtney is the newest member of the Ashworth team. Born and raised in Yonkers, she moved to the Hudson Valley […]

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