Blog Posts - inspiration

14 Jun
by Debbie Hamilton

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”  C.S.Lewis

Fate whispers to the warrior.  “You cannot withstand the storm” and the warrior whispers back “I am the Storm”

I AM THE STORM – I found strength in this quote during the past year.  Having cancer and working full time has many times been an uphill battle; however, with a strong support system, you can, as I did, Withstand This STORM and come out the other side to the magic word “Remission”.

07 Jun
Category: Inspiration
by Brian Eickhoff

We all know the business of advertising, the industry we live for, can be stressful. I suppose you could say I’m preaching to the choir here, so all of you in agreement say “Amen”.

31 May
by Riley Hemphill

Deadlines, e-mails, meetings, projects. With so many important things competing for our attention, it’s no surprise that even the best of us can sometimes feel overwhelmed. Today more than ever, it’s important to have a system in place to reduce stress, increase productivity, and ensure that what needs doing gets done.

17 May
by Jane Jordan

Hollywood was recently briefed on a creative marketing project – The Met Gala. Fashion’s biggest night in Hollywood gives us a glimpse into how celebrities respond to the same creative challenge. This year the task at hand was “Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”

10 May
by Carlene Calkins

Being a military dependent and finding employment isn’t always an easy task.  Hiring a spouse in your workplace is beneficial to them but to you as well.  Find out why they should be considered and not taboo.

05 Apr
by Josh Norman

There’s nothing more exciting to a designer than being given the chance to create or recreate a brand, and all that comes with it: from the logomark and logotype to the brand voice, design hallmarks, grids, font families, and colors. It’s a rare opportunity to mold a brand from the ground up and to create a personality that fits a company’s beliefs and values.

29 Mar
by Jaime Contreras

Creating a frosted glass effect using CSS is a better method than the old javascript hacks. Using CSS to create the frosted effect uses fewer resources from the site visitors computer by using the native browser rendering engine.

To test this just drag the frosted glass example in the top right of this page

Ok, without wasting much of your time I’m going to jump straight into it.

The main components used for a classic frosted glass effect are:

30 Nov
by Marcus Romero

The application of creativity is serious business. Creatives approach problem solving with equal parts curiosity, irreverence and an earnest desire to arrive at truth. 

28 Sep
by Debbie Hamilton

Handling work deadlines and planning while also dealing with chemo treatments.

Rebranding ‘Baby Boomer’
14 Sep
by David Parker

We spend our days evolving branding strategies for our clients. But what if we discovered the name related to an entire generation was outdated, stale and needed to be reinvigorated?  

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