Ray has been with Next Day Flyers for less than a year but brings a wealth of enthusiasm and experience with him. In his 20+ year career, he has overseen customer care teams and call centers from 20 to 1,200 strong.
Periodically, the NDF Blog offers a look at some of our interesting customers. And while most are companies in the businesses of earning a profit, there are a healthy number of not-for-profit organizations who enjoy our products and services. Here is one of the oldest and largest in the United States: The YMCA – San Diego Region.
Recently, we invited our customers to share their stories with us with the idea of communicating the diverse nature of the people and companies who use our products.
The response has been very rewarding and quite interesting! Here is one of the organizations that come from the realm of the arts.
Wona Womalan West African Drum & Dance Ensemble of Charleston, South Carolina.
Have you ever taken a moment to contemplate the individual characters on a page? They have a personality, and they convey a mood or an emotion.
Each unique typeface provides a tone and an attitude to an otherwise voiceless page. It can shout excitedly, sing sweetly or whisper gently to the reader. And it can put you to sleep or turn your stomach in the hands of an inexperienced designer.
Idea sent in by Rachelle Harding of Redefinedesign.com
The creative mind, however prolific it may be, can and will on occasion, have a dry spell. Call it writer’s block or burnout – the brain sometimes needs a little help. There’s no shame in resorting to outside help – many of the worlds’ most inventive and creative thinkers had various tricks that came to their rescue from time to time.
A collector at heart and a huge fan of television shows like Antiques Roadshow and Pawn Stars, we are very excited to share the story of a customer located in Southern California that is a veritable cornucopia of collectibles.
Our newest What’s Next article has been submitted by Philip A. Provins, email@example.com
Negative space, in art and graphic design, refers to the area around and between the subject of an image. Negative space becomes apparent when the space around a subject, and not the subject itself, forms an interesting or relevant shape. Often, negative space is used to form the “real” subject of an image.
A big congratulations goes out to Joanna for not only helping NDF become better by participating in our latest survey, but for winning the grand prize of a $100 in credit! Whoo-hoo!
Thank you to all who participated. Keep an eye out for future giveaways and prizes!