Logo design strategy: one of these yoga studios is not like the others (Part 2)

Recently, I had the opportunity to work on a new logo design for a small yoga practice. I decided to document the experience from beginning to end in a two-part series, with some commentary peppered through out to give a peek into a designers process for creating what is arguably the most important (certainly ubiquitous) design element of a brand’s identity.

Read More

Creating a Website? You Need A Site Map

Creating a simple blog can be easy. Setup doesn’t take too much work — especially if you go with a pre-designed template and a user-friendly content management system (CMS) like WordPress. Creating a well conceived, optimized blog, on the other hand? Not so simple. This is Part Two in a three-part series on my adventures in creating, launching […]

Read More

Logo design strategy: one of these yoga studios is not like the others (Part 1)

I recently had the opportunity to work on a new logo design for a small yoga practice. (FYI: Office yoga lessons are a great way to start the brand identity conversation.) I decided to document the experience from beginning to end in a two-part series, with some commentary peppered through out to give a peek into a designers process for creating what is arguably the most important (certainly ubiquitous) design element of a brand’s identity.

Read More

Trailer Treasure: Hollywood’s Clever Drip Marketing Strategy

These days, you can follow a movie’s production schedule for months or even years before it’s released. Director and casting rumors, set photos, interviews with the right entertainment magazines and websites, social media campaigns — no rock is left unturned for a movie that wants to build incredible anticipation. However, there’s one movie-marketing tool in particular […]

Read More
Page 4 of 16« First...23456...10...Last »