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Dec 23 How to Create the Ugliest Christmas Sweater Ever!

By ashworth.admin

What has bright clashing colors and more ornaments than a Christmas tree? It’s the ugly Christmas sweater, the staple of […]

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Dec 08 Pantone Announces New Color of the Year – Marsala

By Isaac Ashworth, Art Director

So, the people over at Pantone have decided that the new color for 2015 will be Marsala. Well, to be […]

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Nov 13 Microblogging: The big picture behind the little blog

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

Microblogging is kind of exactly what it sounds like – mini blogs. They are a quick way to publish the […]

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Nov 07 Connecting with Teens – It’s not as impossible as it sounds

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

I’m not old by any standard, but I’ve reached the age where I don’t know what is popular with the […]

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Oct 30 Trademark: What is it and do I need one?

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

The rules about trademark usage can get a little sticky, so for the purpose of this blog, we’re going to […]

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Oct 21 We’re Going Public…With Our Instagram Account

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

So we finally stepped into the year 2014 and created our own Instagram account! We kept it pretty hush-hush until […]

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Oct 16 Out With the Old, In With the New

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

For this week’s #ThrowbackThursday, we’re bringing you what was once cool in the world of web. Hopefully these never make […]

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Aug 20 Avoid Designer’s Block and Get Inspired Every Day

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

In order to be a great graphic designer, you must possess a certain set of technical skills. Our most popular […]

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Aug 13 AIGA: An organization bringing graphic designers together

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

For those of us outside the graphic design world, we know very little about AIGA. Let’s bring you up to […]

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Aug 06 Retina Display: Does it really make a difference?

By Kelsey Anderson, Public Relations

What is Retina Display? Retina display is a term coined by Apple that just means that the pixel density on […]

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