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Monthly Archives: March 2016
There are several terms to describe how a company, or organization, should present itself to its audience: branding, identification design, etc. But, they are all basically telling us the same thing: to be well recognized by your audience (and by … Continue reading
Several years ago we were called in to redeveloped a simple website because it was not pulling in traffic. The basic pages and text were fine, but the graphics was off-putting. The site was so dull and the navigation difficult, … Continue reading
I was attending a networking meeting and the meeting was coming to an end. I was just about to leave when a woman came over to the table that I was sitting at. She asked if she could sit down. I nodded ‘yes.” … Continue reading