A young designer who started a niche poster business by accident.
Proper SEO techniques can turn your press releases into a cost-effective solution to drive traffic to your website and increase revenue. Following a few simple steps, public relations activities can now push your messages straight to potential buyers and increase your organization’s overall sales by improving your search engine results.
To add to Christine’s comment, I found a fun site: Design for Obama
Selection of design articles on our latest presidential race.
Recently, I read an article in Metromode about Detroit Regionalism and it made me think of a photo I snapped during the Q retreat. The crew had dinner at Atlas Global Bistro on Woodward (which was delicious!). In the foyer of the restaurant was a sprawling map of Detroit’s suburbs on the wall. As a downriver native (Taylor, see arrow on map), I was excited to see a reference to the surrounding suburbs, when usually it is the opposite. References to the city are everywhere in the suburbs, but rarely is the relationship flipped.
The afternoon of our Q retreat in downtown Detroit, we were given some time to ourselves to explore and discover. I walked a mere two blocks and came across a small studio gallery which quickly beckoned me in.
Microsoft has ran away from the Vista brand name and has given us the safe, nearly generic “Windows 7” label. Check out CNET’s post titled, Microsoft makes Windows 7 name final, for more details and information.
Under the direction of the Arnell Group, Pepsi announced this week that it will be revamping the design and identities of their key brands, in light of the decrease in sales with drops between 2% and 5% in different beverage categories.
Don’t you love it when brands come full circle? After a well publicized merger in 2004, Razorfish gets to find their roots again. Check out their voice and identity at razorfish.com.
“As pioneers in the 1990s, Avenue A and Razorfish were each known for helping clients enter the digital age. Both brands represented innovation and speed to market, and they still do so today,” said Razorfish CEO Clark Kokich. “Nevertheless, we are making it easier to do business with us by using a single name—Razorfish.”
Single names rule.
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