Monthly Archives: November 2014
By Michael Craighead, Graphic Designer
I have recently discovered a love for traditional animation. Traditional animation or “frame by frame” animation can be both a blessing and a curse. Depending on the frame rate you choose for your animation, expect to be sucked into a black hole of paper and pencil shavings.
Traditional frame rates range anywhere
By Todd Marcum, President
With the conspicuous consumption of the holiday season looming and visions of Black Friday sales dancing like sugar plums in shopper’s heads, the idea of another new holiday has been gaining quiet traction among American retailers.
A new holiday to honor another patriot? A civil rights leader? A prominent date in the nation’s
By Brandi Dawson, Account Executive
Proofreading has always come easily to me – sometimes it’s more of a curse. It truly UPSETS me when I see something that has been published with a mistake in it. I wish that I didn’t notice these things, or at least not care, but alas. Restaurant menus have left me
By Jeremy Butterfield, PR Senior Account Executive
From my early years on, I spent a notable amount being punished for the many classroom disruptions I created with ease.
5th grade. Age 10. Basshoover Elementary. Home of the Basshoover Stingers. One of the craftier (while ultimately unsuccessful) classroom punishments to date backfires into an opportunity for me to