By Kelsey Blevins, PR Account Coordinator While visiting home the other day my 13-year old sister said what I thought was one of the stupidest things ever, but for her generation today it is perfectly acceptable. She had called the house from the nurse’s office at school because she wasn’t feeling well. My mom was having Read More.
By Tony Pearman, CEO and CCO Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance It occurred to me recently how accurately these five stages, most often associated with death, also represent the feelings I process with the delivery of every request for proposal (RFP) that we receive at Access. For those of you in the industry, please feel free to stop reading now, because you Read More.
By Michael Craighead, Graphic Designer The rate at which technology is evolving allows a separation and converging of a long standing duality between graphic design and the fine arts. Anyone who has access to a computer or laptop built within the last few years now has the ability to master the artistic techniques that were once Read More.