Change happens at lightning pace in the design industry and it’s important to keep up to speed with what’s happening to stay relevant. Even if you’re not one to follow trends, as a designer, it’s good to be aware of the shifts going on in the industry. As 2017 kicks off, I rounded-up 10 of
A print broker, or print manager, is the liaison between the printing company and the customer, acting as an in-house sales rep for the printing companies they represent. They’re able to assist the customer with defining their printing problems and deliver effective print solutions. And because they work independently of individual printing companies, they’re able to find the customer the
Why is SEO Important for Business Owners? Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process which affects visibility of a website or web page in a search engine’s unpaid (organic) results. These natural results populate at the top of the page when using a search engine like Google, Yahoo! or Bing, which includes keywords or adwords
HGTV Gardens is featuring a unique style of carving pumpkins. Pumpkin Carving Ideas Let these beautifully carved pumpkins inspire you to take fall decorating to a whole new level.
Oct. 8 – 9, 2015 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days The tour began when acclaimed painters Deb Komitor and Laura Reilly joined forces to bring together artists and art lovers in the same places around the Pikes Peak region. The first year, 2003, showcased 18 artists in 10 studios; a total of 61
If You Haven’t Thought About Your Strategy, You’re Already Too Late By Ken Wheaton. Published on July 18, 2016. The world is in upheaval. China and the Philippines are squabbling over a patch of ocean. The European Union is about to be rent asunder by Brexit. Even as the country struggles with the sort of
Wingdings is the font made entirely out of symbols. But why? As a means of writing sentences, Wingdings fails—but that was never its purpose. It was created to be used as a unique tool for the pre-internet era. It was akin to emojis, but with even more utility. Courtesy Vox.com