Tag: business

My Adventure of Learning: Top 3 Sessions from Litmus Live

Last month I had the opportunity to attend a Litmus Live conference for the first time in San Francisco. I was even lucky enough to have two of my favorite designers, Alexa and Nelly, join me on this adventure of learning. From strategy to design, this conference had something for everyone. The first day had […]

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Keepin’ It (Your Work) Fresh: The Art of Not Getting Stale in Graphic Design

“Think outside the box,” they say. “I want it the same but different,” they say. As a graphic designer, these are words that usually precede a headache, caffeine overdose, and a lot of angry typing, but the more and more I hear them, the more they become fuel for me to push myself. Finding a […]

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5 Best Interview Questions to Ask Prospective Employees

Hiring new employees costs businesses a lot of money — $4,129 on average, according to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management. With such high stakes, hiring the right employee proves crucial, and that goes beyond whether the individual can do the job. New hires should be assessed for whether they fit the […]

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How to Create Your Own Marketing Materials

For any of you realtors and other small business owners out there, you know how much marketing materials can cost. If you are outsourcing the production of signs, brochures, or flyers, all of that printing adds up on your monthly budget. But there’s no need to max out your budget. If you have a printer, […]

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Make Your Business More Energy Efficient This Winter

If you’re a small business owner, you can save money by doing a lot of things yourself, including winterizing your workplace. You want to make sure your building is ready to handle wintry weather. Follow these steps to save your business energy and money this winter.   How Your Business Can Be Energy Efficient in […]

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