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Infographics have gotten a lot of attention in today’s business climate, and for good reason. An infographic can effectively educate your audience and convey your message in an interesting and unique way that sticks in your audience’s mind.
This is a guest blog post written by Deborah Brody, owner of Deborah Brody Marketing Communications.
Your organization’s blog has been chugging along.
To scroll or not to scroll, thinking about website design “above the fold.” The origin of the “fold” concept in web design is a holdover from newspaper design patterns.
Times Square, NYC, was a perfect backdrop for this year’s FOLIO: Show, as it is the epicenter of all things contemporary, high tech, and digitally engaging. Coincidentally, that was exactly the theme of the show.
The art of redesigning publications then stepping aside.
Flight Training magazine, the official publication of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, is one of our proudest portfolio pieces for magazine redesign.
Strategy and design tips for tablet magazine apps
Ever since the birth of the iPad, or similar tablet devices, publishers have been struggling to adapt to this new medium.
Five ways to tell if your magazine needs a facelift
Here are a few questions we’ve found to be helpful while in a redesign critique:
Guts, Research, Ideas, and Action
Writing and implementing an organizational communication strategy takes guts. Any communication director or vice president of communications will tell you that the process oftentimes is like taming an alligator.
Design to Engage
I hope you have finished with your definition phase by the time you are reading this article.