"Always be a student." It’s the principle that keeps us relevant in a constantly evolving community. We’ve dedicated ourselves to being ardent pupils of the industry, freely sharing what we’ve learned so that we can all work smarter.
This year the Stone Ward team worked hard to revamp the packaging designs for Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken: taking into account considerations from several audiences, Stone Ward helped the brand land on a cohesive design that would launch them into the next phase of its already long-standing success.
Two teams compete on October 9th for the National Women's Soccer League Championship title. Leading up to this event, our Chicago team has created the social media content and graphics for all playoff matches and the final championship match. Stone Ward worked closely with NWSL on the promotion of their sweepstakes to send 3 lucky winners and their friends to a VIP experience at the Championship match in Houston.
In recent years, Faulkner County has seen a nearly five percent increase in population. Along with this population growth came the need for a more accessible, comprehensive hospital to serve the region, which is why in June 2014, Baptist Health broke ground in Conway, AR on their ninth medical center.
There’s no denying it — we have access to more data at our fingertips right now than at any other time in history. It seems like every day there are new breakthroughs and new platforms that allow us to store, sort, spin, and visualize all of this data. As a business owner, you’re able to track and measure every interaction that a potential customer has with your brand. I’m not just talking about in-store transactions, either.
Each year, hundreds apply but few are selected to participate in Leadership Greater Little Rock. We are happy to announce that one of our own, Bill Brookshire, Creative Director, will be inducted today into the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Greater Little Rock class.
Charged with creating strategies to enhance life in the Central Arkansas region and make it a more attractive place for young professionals to live and work, the newly created Think Big Little Rock group has a big goal ahead of them.
Last year, I agreed to meet a friend at his office before grabbing drinks and catching up. Little did I know that when I typed his company’s name into my favorite search engine, that Google was going to point me to their old office building downtown rather than their new office on the other side of the city.