An image is the best way to share and summarize blog content, and Infographics are a great compromise between images and text.
Bored with stuffing repetitive cards into envelopes every year? Forget about the cliche santas and snowmen – this year, do something unique with your holiday greetings.
A good design is vital to a trustworthy site – and we can prove it!
Finding a free font is always a bonus – and, if you don’t have room in the project budget, completely a necessity.
Our yearly roundup of Super Bowl Ads. Some were good, some were bad, and most were just okay.
It’s Monday, and we all know a fun filled distraction is always a welcome event. So while you are trying to plow though the pile of email, voice mail and “acKKKK my site broke this weekend, please fix it!” requests, take a moment to play with few fun Google Easter eggs courtesy of my son! (Branding Side note: as I mentioned […]
The skills that made advertising the fine art of the late 20th century, are the same ones we use today at Phases to build great brands and Websites. George Lois, the guy who got the likes of Mick Jagger and Sting to want their MTV in the 80s describes the creative process that helped spark advertising’s creative revolution, and that are still the building blocks of the best work in the industry today.
Some of our client work is appearing in two separate curated graphic design books.
Ever since Farrah creamed Broadway Joe Namath in the first “Super Bowl Ad” (as opposed to an ad that runs during the Super Bowl), watching and critiquing the commercials has become just as important as watching the big game. Because of the massive audience the ads have become incredibly expensive ($3.5 Million for 30 seconds in […]
There have already been a lot of tributes extolling Steve Jobs’ impact on the way we work, listen to music, read, and generally relate to our technology, our products and our brands. But as small and midsize business owners and managers, and as branding and marketing professionals, what can we learn from Jobs’ career? And how do we apply those lessons to our own work?