Posts About Design

Bill Brookshire Inducted Into Leadership Greater Little Rock

by Megan Golden

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.

U.S. Soccer and Stone Ward Create Gold-Medal Social Media Graphics

by Tom Lillig

This month, while the world turns its attention to the big games, the Stone Ward team turns its focus to supporting client U.S. Soccer as the Women’s National Team seeks to make history in Brazil. The Stone Ward Chicago team will be creating social media content and graphics throughout the entire month to engage and excite the millions of social media fans of U.S. Soccer across the country.

Skilled Trades: A Different Path to Success

by Lindsey Ingram

“The ability to make things is fundamental to the ability to innovate things over the long term.”

- Willy Smith, Harvard Business School and co-author of
Producing Prosperity: Why America Needs a Manufacturing Renaissance

Inspiration from Elsewhere II

by Kyle Floyd

Back away from your desk. Slowly…..back….away. It’s time for a second installment of “Inspiration from Elsewhere,” my own little way of:

a) Inspiring you to think differently

b) Justifying my time spend surfing the web

Upon Further Review: One Show Interactive Awards, 1996

by Jeremy Harper

“The One Show’s first interactive category was introduced in 1996. Images of the home page with access to the web site address open a window to cyberspace that may well predict the future for the new advertising medium.” – The One Show, Vol. 18\

SXSW 2015: Innovation Propaganda

by Kyle Floyd

It’s been an amazing week here at SXSW, inspiration on every corner. I’ll leave you with some fun visuals from the presenter of one of my last sessions, Hugh McLeod, Creative Director of GapingVoid. One of Hugh’s talents is brining the entrepreneurial experience to life through art.

SXSW 2015: The Rise of the GIF, the Strategy of BuzzFeed

by Kyle Floyd

Before giving you a recap of two of the sessions I attended today, I wanted everyone to see the real SXSW experience: standing  in line. See anyone you know?

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SXSW 2015: Drones, Crazy Helmets & Stilts

by Kyle Floyd

SXSW can be overwhelming. With more than 20 different options every single hour, for every session you get into, you’re bummed about the other ones what you’re missing! But I digress, here a few of the sessions I attended today:

SXSW 2015: Prototyping the User Experience

by Emily Reeves

Packed house for the "UX Prototyping Tools" session at SXSW. Packed house for the “UX Prototyping Tools” session at SXSW.

Good Design Can Change Minds

by Amanda Hughes

Back in August, one of my colleagues commented on Facebook about the numerous donation opportunities he receives in the mail from nonprofit organizations. I’m also familiar with the mailbox stuffed full of mailers, especially around the holidays.

Crazy Colorways

by Kyle Floyd

If you’ve been to the gym lately (or anywhere, really) you will have noticed a trend in the past few years towards brighter and brighter colors in athletic shoes and apparel.

Website Development Like House Construction

by Emily Reeves

My husband and I started talking about a house remodel and addition in April. We figured we would be under construction by July and complete by October. It is now October. We haven’t started construction. In fact, we are still revising plans and getting bids. The first plan was too expensive, so we had to go back to the drawing board. Now we think we might start construction in January. I will believe it when I see it.

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