Showing posts with tag: Wilmington Graphic Design

How To Make Working From Home Work For You

How To Make Working From Home Work For You

  Working from home certainly has its perks. But the grass is not always greener. Adjusting from working full time in a shared office space, to working full time from home takes a little getting used to. Here is a glimpse into a day at the home-office, with tips to make working from home work…

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Meet Our Furry Friends

Our team has a soft spot for furry friends (we have 12 pets!). They help keep us sane amongst a busy studio schedule, make us laugh, keep us entertained at the office and keep our feet warm under our desks. So we thought we’d introduce you to the 4-legged team who give us their unconditional love.

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Sending Season's Greetings

Tips for Sending Season’s Greetings

Every year, the holidays seem to creep up faster and faster. Stores have begun their Christmas displays before Halloween has ended. Time is running out, but it’s not too late to send your clients and customers a holiday greeting.

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Guide to Stock Photography

Guide to Stock Photography

As a graphic designer, I have poured through millions of stock photos over the years in search of “the right one” for a variety of projects and have seen it all. With enough practice, you begin to develop an innate sense of what to look for and which to avoid (there are many!).

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How to Stop Traffic This Trade Show Season

How to Stop Traffic this Trade Show Season

Standout trade show booths are worth the effort it takes to create them. Done well, they can gain exposure for your brand and introduce your business to new customers. They can be your way of commanding attention at a crowded convention hall. They can help you make a great impression with potential clients, and reconnect…

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Check the Presses (and Sometimes Stop ‘Em)

A press check is the final stage of any printed design project and is an important part of a graphic designer’s job. When we go onsite to a press check or take the time to review press proofs at the studio, we can better assure the quality of the finished product.

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