Bidding August farewell we slip into September. The kids are heading back to school. The traffic is moving a little slower and marketers are gearing up for the holiday season on the distant horizon. We’ll be here to guide you with plenty of ideas and advice every step of the way.
What do Carl Jung, advertising, Facebook and your company have in common? Monday’s Tips & Bits explored the Archetype and how it affects the way people interact with your marketing messages and images you use in your promotional materials. A fascinating topic to ponder.
Art, commerce and history are beautifully woven together in Tuesday’s The Art of Design . Take a brief tour through the pages of Taschen’s new book, Menu Design in America, 1850–1985 byJim Heimann, Steven Heller, and John Mariani, Hardcover, 392 pages, $ 59.99. Nearly 800 examples of tasteful designs that will leave you craving seconds!
Everyone loves Top 10 lists, so we’re happy to include one from HOW in Wednesday’s Graphic Design Roundup. Every month, the editors of HOW receive hundreds of nominations. We know you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, so this is a great way to get right to the best.
Filling in for Photobomb, you’ll discover our Customer Spotlight. A recurring post that allows us to show off the work we do for one of our valued customers. One of the nation’s largest not-for-profit organizations, the San Diego YMCA, is a frequent buyer of printed materials from us.
As a youngster, did you stay inside the lines when you received a new coloring book? This week’s Free Friday is pleased to present you with an exciting new supply of pages to color. So get out your coloring materials and go to it! Feel free to ignore the lines if you please!
Are the days just a little shorter? Or are we all working later? You figure it out. We’ll be taking Monday off, hope you have a nice 3-day holiday too. Best wishes for Labor Day and tune in again on Tuesday, September 6!