Creativity, Community, and Other Comments
Ashley's grandmother taught her to read early. She was a bright kid, though she'll tell you she lacked the appropriate respect for authority and rules. The truth was, she wasn’t a bad kid; she was a kid. And more than anything else, she was bored.
With so much going on, a busy hub like Keep Indianapolis Beautiful needed the Swiss Army knife of websites: one that''s beautifully multifunctional and easy-to-use. So Pivot got to work to create a website that streamlines their massive information resources and provides volunteers and donors with seamless tools for engagement, efficient communication, and a dynamic design experience.
In the twenty-one years since twin brothers John and Jim McKenzie founded the McKenzie Collection, the company has earned a reputation for custom homes that exhibit a high level of craftsmanship and for service that demonstrates a deep pride in making each client''s homebuilding experience as enjoyable as possible.
This year, we partnered with Exodus to design new creative materials that captured the bold, dynamic vision Exodus has for the future. We centered their new look around the idea of "The Life Ahead," a concept that challenges supporters to realize the grand-scale impact of their contributions, not just on the lives of refugees, but on the future of human rights worldwide.
In case you haven't heard, the Twitter bio is now something of a postmodern literary art. Haiku-like in form and proclamatory in function, those scant 160 characters broadcast our best and briefest selves like millions of tiny billboards along the internet highway. And as with any art, there are some basic tips for perfecting it.
Fred and Morgan are internship experts. In fact, they’ve held three internships—each—in the last two years. So this week, we asked them if there’s anything we employers could do better when it comes to the care and keeping of our interns. Turns out, there is.
Here, we present to you the playlist that will help you greet the weekend the right way. But don't feel like this playlist is limited to just your afternoon. After all, it's always three o'clock somewhere.
For this new campaign, our goal is to amplify Bosma’s mission in order to attract more potential donors and employer-partners and to reach the communities of people who are blind or visually impaired. Bosma’s clients are real people overcoming real obstacles every day. And as we got to know them and their stories, we knew we had to share them.
I was going to start out this post by satirizing the popular image of “creative” people. You know, dressing in dark colors (to reflect the solemnity of their art), eschewing the shortsightedness of the masses (in favor of trendy eyewear), worshiping at the sleek, shiny temple of higher thinking and individuality, etc. But I just realized I'm wearing all black today and these ultra cool, plastic frames, bowed over the keyboard of my slim, silvery machine, so let’s skip to the next part.
These days, brands do more than just represent a product or service. They also personify a set of beliefs and lifestyles, a list of rules and goals. Increasingly, consumers are interested in the values represented by their hard-earned purchases. And companies are responding with manifestos.