A place where we discuss the communication industry and give our insights on advertising, website development, graphic design and strategic planning.

A yellow and purple graphic with the blog title in fun font
Category:Social Media

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts (Business and Personal)

By Samantha Esparza

A considerable amount of people manage multiple social media accounts. Most of those accounts are for personal use, but some are managed for business purposes. Whether a person is posting for business or pleasure; the following guidelines will maximize anyone’s social media presence and help avoid those awkward situations with friends, family, and colleagues.  Do’s: Respond & interact with your audience - It’s extremely important to make your audience feel heard and seen. Interacting
A blue graphic with the blog title and an illustration of a woman cleaning a laptop

7 Tips for a Tidy and Organized Gmail Inbox

By Elyse Andrews

In my position as an Account Coordinator, my daily workflow revolves almost entirely around email - understanding client requests, asking questions, passing along information to our creative and web teams, etc. Since I spend so much time in Gmail, it needs to be a functional and efficient place to work. I still may not be taking advantage of EVERY useful add-on and feature now, but over the past year I’ve developed a useful system for optimizing my inbox, and I wanted to share the tips that I?
A green ribbon on a purple background with the blog title

Mental Health: Staying Healthy During the Pandemic and Beyond

By Hanna Janols

May is mental health awareness month.  Health and wellness is important to everyone more than ever — especially these days. Below are tips that I find helpful to keep up with overall mental and physical health.   Throughout the pandemic, there has been a lot of talk about mental health related topics and how many have been affected in some way during this time. The vast majority of people have gone through major changes in their reality over the last few years - from leaving offices and adj
Work-Life Balance While Working Remote

Work-Life Balance While Working Remote

By Texas Creative

Many things have changed since the start of the pandemic, but not all changes have been bad. I think one of the positive changes is the increase of remote work opportunities. It provides flexibility that we didn’t have before and in many cases, the gift of time. Without a daily commute, I have gained back an hour of my day.  Although I enjoy working remotely, I find that it can be challenging to draw a clear line between work and life. This year, I am focusing on making a few changes to regai
colorful graphic with healthy images and the title of the blog

Work + Home + Health

By Kelley Olmedo

The start of a New Year tends to bring health to the forefront of our collective minds, and after the last two years I think I am not alone in saying the subject of health has been both consuming and exhausting. Nonetheless, as most of us here at Texas Creative (as well as many of our colleagues, clients, and vendors) continue to learn to navigate a new normal of working remotely full time or on a hybrid schedule -- I feel it’s important to stop and assess how your behaviors can help keep you