Tag Archives: graphic design

White Paper Unleashed

RogersSullivan Research has released the Mobile Epiphany white paper. Titled┬áBringing State-of-the-Art Communications to Refinery Inspection & Reporting, it’s actually some solid work if I do say so myself. Good research was already in place. We added some more oil and gas industry updates to flesh out troubles refineries are having in keeping up with mechanical […]

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News update from RSR

RogersSullivan Research just released an update on a white paper I’ve been writing and designing for them. Pretty cool paper, client and people. We’ll release updates on the whole project next week after RSR does their stuff.

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Finding Your Muse

When you work in a “distance” capacity, creative sparks aren’t as commonplace as say, in an agency or go-go corporate environ. Sometimes, they’re more like little embers, still hot to the touch and capable of starting something, but not as zippy gee whiz-y. Truth be told, that’s okay because working alone requires a different focus, […]

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The Swiss Armytization

Marketing communications denizens trolling the employment postings of late are feeling a bit inadequate. And why not? Writers must know html, designers have to be able to blog, press relations folks must have stronger marketing skills and so on and so on and whatever. As our dear friends in the HR bubble struggle to meet […]

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