Bias Balance

Bias Balance

Bias Balance by Josh Cowen “There are two sides to every story.” We’ve heard that statement over and over again, but have we ever really thought about it? Have we considered how our bias towards one idea or the other affects our work? Dictionary.com’s...
That REALLY BIG PROJECT… and Where to Start

That REALLY BIG PROJECT… and Where to Start

That REALLY BIG PROJECT… and Where to Start by Alex Tillard Hi, my name is Alex and I’m a recovering procrastinator. When I first started my design career and would get a big project to work on, my first tendency was to put it off because I didn’t...
The Magic Pill of Marketing

The Magic Pill of Marketing

The Magic Pill of Marketing by Rebekah Rhys Here’s what I know to be true: meaningful change doesn’t happen overnight. Marketing is often a buzzword we throw around that we think is defined as “a creative and mysterious process that magically produces bags of...
Think Small

Think Small

Think Small by Michael Van Houten When I look at the state of the web in 2017, I’m astounded at the number of web sites I come across that are still trapped in 1999. I’m not necessarily talking about scrolling banners and image-based buttons, but instead...
The Emotion of Money

The Emotion of Money

The Emotion of Money by Rob Stam My wife and recently went through the process of securing a mortgage for a new home. As we were going through the process of making an offer and looking at monthly payments, it dawned on me how mentally taxing, and even emotional, the...