A good call-to-action or CTA can lead to one of the best things about the internet, information rabbit holes. You know, like that one time when you asked Google "what is an anarchist's favorite food*?" and emerge three hours later knowing way more about the events that led to President McKinley getting
In the world of branding, it’s common for an iconic brand to be updated. In fact, it’s expected, especially when you’re an institution that’s generations old. Arguably, you can say that other brands follow suit when someone in their space rebrands, after all, competition does bring on change. And you would
Making friends in real life is difficult, making friends online can seem even harder. Especially since the majority of communication is done through writing… and if you’re not the best writer, then write (ha) off the bat this is something that intimidates you on a whole new level.
Work is hard. Scratch that, it’s ruff, and 2018 feels like it’s about to become even harder. Throw life into the mix, and our day-to-day can go from chaotic to impossible in the blink of an eye, especially when we don’t get a walk. I don’t know about you but
You might be wondering, what’s an Easter Egg? Well, you came to the right place. For those of you looking for an incredible Easter Egg design, well, then you’ve come to the wrong place. But I don’t want you to leave too disheartened, so I’ve taken the liberty of providing
We’ve all experienced the intimidation of walking up to a stranger and starting a conversation, felt the awkwardness that comes with nudging yourself into someone's group space, only to go unnoticed. It's frustrating when you've tried everything you can think of to make a connection and things just aren’t working
As writers, we read, a lot. We also write a lot, and we have found that there are very helpful, and simple, tips to think about when you are going to write and publish words on a website.
was listening to an interesting conversation on NPR the other day that got me thinking about how branding is a lot like the construction process. The segment was about the Mexican architect, Luis Barragán and his design process. He wasn’t classically trained, but focused instead on capturing a feeling while designing. The