Taking Time Out for Some Quadrant II
I’m sure many of you have heard of Stephen Covey’s time management practice where your time can be spent essentially in four “quadrants.” The box should have “urgent” and “not urgent” across the top along with “important” and “not important” across the left side.
Typography Wins and Fails: Trajan Example
Here’s a shining example of Trajan, the font which has become dubiously known as the “Movie Poster Font”. Click the image for a full size picture of one of the most overused fonts in the movie industry. This is a classic example of a mistake that even top logo design companies can make if they […]
Typography Wins and Fails
Welcome to the inaugural post of Typography Wins and Fails. Our purpose here isn’t to bash every use of bad typography we find, but to simply bring to light the frequency of common errors and the good examples of typography in modern media. My favorite example, Trajan Pro a typeface designed to resemble the lettering on Trajan’s Arch in Rome.
Every Success Requires Discomforts
I receive periodic emails from my friend Alex Velasquez over at Legacy Consulting. I believe he usually tends to time his email blasts with holidays or generally recognized changes in the calendar year such as a new season or the beginning/end of a quarter of the year.
New Initiative to Develop Area’s Digital Media Industry
Last week Michael Hecht, President/CEO of GNO, Inc., was gracious enough to take time out of his busy schedule to speak to the EO Accelerator group. GNO, Inc. spearheads economic development for the ten parish Greater New Orleans area. Hecht’s speech was very inspiring, and it reminded us all that New Orleans really is a great place.
Five Tips for Email Newsletter Stardom
What is one of the best ways to keep Top of Mind Awareness with your customers? Keep in touch! With an email newsletter you can market your services to clients and prospects in a low cost way. Here are five tips to ensure the success of your email newsletter.
Case Study: WCIT 2006 Convention
Company Background: WCIT 2006 is considered by many as the world’s premiere Information Technology forum. The biennial World Congress drew over 2,000 business, government, and academic leaders from 80 countries. The delegates participated in the World Congress to ensure the positive impact of IT proliferation on the global community.
BR Web Firm Selected to Work with World Congress on Information Technology
BR Web Firm Selected to Work with World Congress
Local Businesses Come Together to Aid Evacuees of Katrina
Local Businesses Come Together to Aid Evacuees