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What The Font?!

rowlandcreative | Doing, Thinking | June 29, 2018

In our daily lives there are so many things that we don’t put any thought into. We see something and accept it as is. We don’t think about what decisions contributed to the solution before our eyes. Look at the bottom of your shoes. No, really, actually look at them. If you are comfortable with …read more

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Feliz Navi-dud: How to avoid your next holiday being a flop

rowlandcreative | Doing | January 4, 2018

We spent December listening to holiday music on the radio, enjoying the Christmas tree in the office, and finishing up a stack of holiday card designs for our clients. All told, we prepared five separate holiday card concepts this year, and you’ll be seeing the results soon in print, digital, or both. This design work …read more

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Our Worst Client Ever

Rebecca Wilson Lundin | Doing, Thinking | November 28, 2017

We’ve all had bad clients (or bad projects). It comes with the territory. But what makes them bad? Can you define the characteristics? While lots has been written on the topic, we thought we’d share a recent experience that brought it all home for our agency. This particular client: Didn’t define a budget Can’t commit …read more

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Designing a Better Story for Children with Cancer

Rebecca Wilson Lundin | Doing | November 1, 2017

After six-year-old Emily Whitehead survived acute lymphoblastic leukemia thanks to a revolutionary new therapy, her family began the Emily Whitehead Foundation. The Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness and funding for innovative childhood cancer treatments, such as immunotherapy, that will improve survival rates and quality of life. For the past few years, we here at …read more

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Why Amazing Long-Scroll Websites Drive B2B Success

Sydney Katona | Doing | August 22, 2017

Saying that web design has changed a lot in the past 10 years is an understatement. With the advent of smartphones, tablets and smart watches – and the battle for users’ attention spans – designing the perfect site for your company or product has new challenges. One design principle that tackles some of these challenges …read more

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What You Need to Develop Great Content

Dana Ray | Doing | May 9, 2017

This is the second part in our series on Content Marketing. Check out Part 1 here. Our job is not to create content. Our job is to change the world of the people who consume it. – Andrea Fryrear We’ve talked about why content marketing is totally worth the investment. But writing content for content’s …read more

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