Looking for a last-minute Valentine’s Day gift for the designer (or project manager!) in your life? Check out our “gift guide” for four awesome ideas.
Team “Adios, Pantalones” (aka Kiwi Creative) had an awesome time at the 2015 Souper Bowl, hosted by AAF-Cleveland. While we didn’t win a trophy (we want a recount!), several people asked for our mouth-watering recipes…and we’re happy to oblige.
I’ll admit it: I have a little bit of a fast food addiction. I also love Taylor Swift, Cleveland sports and giveaway-style contests, so October was one helluva a month for me at lunch time. Why? Because fast food joints like McDonald’s, Subway and Arby’s all ran promotions that got me to spend more money on their food than normal…all with the promise of earning some free branded swag.
This one’s for all the married ladies out there…Do you ever wonder if your husband really understands what you do all day at the office? I mean, sure, you come home and ramble on and on about “co-workers this” and “clients that,” but does any of that actually register up there in the male brain?
Well in preparation for training new employees, I wrote up a li’l “Design & Marketing 101” quiz and had the hubs take it just for fun. Below are some of his (creative) answers:
One of the biggest perks to being a graphic designer has always been the cool creative culture at advertising agencies. Unlike other professions, we enjoy invaluable perks like being able to wear flip flops every day and having afternoon bouncy ball tournaments. But over the past few years, I've noticed a disturbing trend: many agencies are losing their "coolness" and falling victim to cliches normally reserved for the corporate world. Their biggest offense? The overuse of corporate buzzwords.
Answer: Does it have to be a light bulb?
I've recently developed a bit of an obsession with cleverly-designed infographics (check out this blogger's Top 10 of 2010), so this Venn diagram definitely had me chuckling to myself this afternoon. So funny. So sad. So true.