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The Power of the Hispanic Consumer

The Power of the Hispanic Consumer

By Krystal Vela

During Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re reflecting on the importance of Hispanic marketing, and the growing influence and diversity of the Hispanic population in the United States and our region of Texas. For 20+ years, Texas Creative has been helping brands and government agencies use research-based strategies to reach Hispanic populations through customized messaging and media selection. Here are some data-driven insights related to Hispanic marketing:  1. Population Growth The&
We have so many Xs!
Category:Social Media

We have so many Xs!

By Autumn Fitzpatrick

Have you heard the latest in the eXciting world of social media? Elon Musk, owner of Twitter, aXed the Twitter name and logo for the new X brand. See what we did there? Musk tweeted, “And soon we shall bid adieu to the Twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.” Has this been his plan the whole time? One of Musk's early companies was an online bank called X.com and now that domain redirects to the new Twitter.com or X. We have so many questions about the roll out and what that means
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I Tracked All My Work and Personal Time For A Year

By Texas Creative

We track our time diligently at Texas Creative, as this is important for billing and understanding how our workdays are used. So – why not apply that to my time outside of work too? Over the past year I have tracked all of my time using an app called Now Then. Not just my work time – all of it. I was inspired by watching a video on YouTube and thought I would give it a shot because I was running into some time-management issues in my everyday life.  At the time, I wa
A close-up of the new KIA logo on a red vehicle, Opinion: Is that new Kia logo any good?

Opinion: Is that new Kia logo any good?

By Josh Norman

Rolling out new corporate branding is a lot of things to a lot of stakeholders. For an agency like Texas Creative, it’s a unique opportunity to help refresh and reshape a client’s core identity. However, for most companies it’s an expensive endeavor and carries the fear of losing brand equity, indicating that something is or was wrong with their brand and requires a new narrative, and it carries the added work and costs involved with planning a rollout that leverages the newsworthiness of
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My Indispensable Tools (for Organization, Productivity, ... Sanity)

By Kelley Olmedo

I’m a Graphic Designer, so naturally, design apps are the bread and butter of my career. But, on the heels of our Five Helpful Chrome Browser Extensions, from an Account Manager blog, I would like to share smaller niche apps that have managed to become indispensable in my daily life.   Clear When we made the jump to work from home we lost the one simple item that helped me organize my job load: job jackets. Without that stack of jackets I found myself lost on a daily basis. I tried keepin