In today’s oversaturated market, how do you keep your customer’s attention? Simplicity is key! When talking about marketing keeping it simple is one of the most effective ways to stand out against your competitors. If the consumer can easily gather and understand information they need to make a decision, the more likely they are to […]
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I recently came across an article on NPR about an ad agency wiz who would give Don Draper a run for his money. So brilliant, he said really deep things, like this: “The creative act, the defeat of habit by originality, overcomes everything”. Chemist? Poet? Televangelist? Nope. That was a quote by George Lois, and […]
Last January we started hosting a new client. We brought their web site over to our private server, finished developing it, and set them up with Google Apps for Business. Pretty standard stuff for us. We’ve done it numerous times before. The one difference with this client? They really needed to keep using Microsoft’s Outlook […]
Found a brilliant blog post today that I had to share. Welcome to the Era of Design by Adam Swann is all about how increasingly important design has become to consumers, and therefore, to your business. It really is a must read article. It distills down what I’ve been trumpeting for years now: Design is […]
Last August, Target.com launched an epic web site redesign. (It was dubbed internally as “Everest” if that gives you any idea of the size of the undertaking.) They dumped Amazon, who they had partnered with for a decade on e-commerce, and brought all of their e-commerce pieces under their own control. Obviously, it was a […]