Typography can describe many things, but at its quintessence, it is simply the aesthetic appearance of text. This can range from hand-drawn methods such as calligraphy and graffiti to typesetting on posters and billboards to kinetic typography in film. It can also refer to plain text in books and magazines. This article focuses on the art of typography, that is, the intentional use of text as design.
Though the election trail has been long and at times tedious, we think that there’s still some room to find a little humor in it. To send everyone off with a smile this weekend, we present to you a few funny presidential memes.
Have you ever thought about using placemats to advertise your company? If you work in the restaurant business, you should.
Whether on Halloween or any other day, there are plenty of ways to “treat” your employees right. Here are a few tips on how to reward employees year-round.
A lot can ride on a client meeting, which is why you don’t want to overlook any details. Putting forward a polished pitch or seminar is essential for landing a new client or keeping an existing one, and presentation folders can provide the sophisticated professional image that companies want.
People use passwords for everything nowadays. Virtually anything you may want to do online, whether banking or shopping or emailing, now requires that you set up an account with a username and password. Why? To safeguard your online information.
Halloween is just a few days away! Now what could be more fun than putting together your costume for All Hallows’ Eve? Why getting your dog’s costume ready of course! We know more than a few dog owners who get excited for Halloween not for themselves, but because they just can’t wait to put their […]
Whether you have a special event to promote, or you simply want to generate more business, creating great club flyers is typically a task easier said than done. While most people are more than happy to take a flyer, getting them to read it – and want what you’re advertising – is the real trick. […]
With the holidays approaching, it’s not too soon to start thinking about your holiday gifts. Consider 2013 booklet calendars for friends, family, and coworkers.