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16
Jul

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Elements of Design in Practice: Line & Shape

In Design, Web Design by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

In our Elements of Design overview, we talked about the elements of design and how they contribute to all forms of design. This time, we are going to take a look at two of the elements – Line and Shape – and focus on how they contribute to the design of a website. Elements of…


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09
Jul

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St. Francis Mission – Program Brochure

In Uncategorized by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

The St. Francis Mission is a Catholic mission based on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. In addition to religious services (such as parishes & religious education), they provide many social services – including a Suicide & Crisis Hotline, a Dental Clinic and Drug & Alcohol Recovery programs.  They recently asked us to design a…


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02
Jul

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Elements of Design

In Design by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

When any of our designers works on a project – be it a logo, a website or a print brochure – we bring a series of design elements to our work.These elements are the foundations that make up good design, and in our next series of blog posts, we’ll walk you through what the elements…


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27
Jun

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Professional Source USA Website

In Design, Web Design by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

We recently launched the first website for Professional Source USA, a staffing firm based in Omaha.  With the launch of their first website, Professional Source USA wanted a premiere job source site for both employers and job hunters. The website includes sections for employers, prospective employees and educational information for both. The design of the…


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13
Jun

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Content Calendars – When to go “off track”

In Social Media by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

One of the biggest questions we get when we start discussing content calendars with organizations already engaged in social is how adaptable a content plan needs to be – do we recommend sticking to it at all times, or are there times when organizations can deviate from their schedule. Our answer is always “Be adaptable.”…


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06
Jun

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Cultivating Consistancy: How Can Brands Keep to their Brand?

In Logo Design by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      Like

Once you’ve developed a brand – both the heart of what defines your brand and the visual look & feel, you’ll start using it, and you will likely come upon the biggest challenge in branding: cultivating consistency.   Whether in print, online, or on signage, you want to make sure that your branding is consistent,…


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30
May

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Developing the Visual Brand

In Logo Design by Corrie Oberdin     Comment Bubble  Leave a Comment      2

You’re developing a brand, and you’ve done your homework. The right questions have been asked (and answered!) and your branding team is ready to start developing your visual look and feel (and if you don’t know the right questions to ask, drop everything and read our earlier post on branding from scratch). But what does…


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