Our talented clients, The Bear Media, just won a Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award! You can see the Disney spot here. Check out the Emmy list here (scroll to the bottom).
Christie was featured on Austin iLab radio show last week to talk about her experience in a worker cooperative as well as her take on being in a creative industry in Austin. Listen to it here!
Often times we design beautiful brochure and websites for folks, only to find that the photography we are given leaves something to be desired. The power of great photography cannot be understated. It is what draws people in, makes them … Continue reading
In our initial planning phases of a website, we often get this question from our clients: “Is it ok to have content on the home page below the fold?” “Below the fold” or “above the fold”, rather, references the olden … Continue reading
The adventure of your summer is waiting for you. Better hurry though—it starts next week. You, Marfa, El Cosmico, Community, Dirt, Fun, Food…must I go on? Sign up here!
Austin—meet Dahlia—your first cooperative (and green) cleaning business! Dahlia Green Cleaning Services is the latest worker-owned business to graduate from the Cooperative Business Institute, a training program offered by Cooperation Texas, a local organization dedicated to the development, support and promotion of … Continue reading
I wouldn’t call myself an early adopter, but I do dabble in the newest shiny digital pass time. For example, it took me a year of hearing hyped-up buzz to get interested enough to explore Twitter. But once I did, … Continue reading
It’s a sucky feeling to have your bike stolen. I know because it happened to me last week. And it’s probably happened to you too. I think this graphic I found on Thredless sums up my feelings nicely. Buy the … Continue reading
Sounds like fun, eh? Well it is! And you can do it too—this June 5-8. Last year, our Art Director, Christie, attended this amazing workshop out in Marfa, TX, where attendee’s were given a design-build problem to solve, then make … Continue reading
So the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print after 244 years. I’m sure that people who grew up with the internet probably couldn’t care less about this greatest of all general reference sets— and many of them have probably … Continue reading