New Year, New Brand? The Fundamentals of Successful Rebranding

January 13, 2022

Seven Projects To Refine Your Graphic Design Process

Most people can’t just walk onto a football field and score a touchdown, enter a kitchen and bake a perfect soufflé, or sit down at a piano for the first time and beautifully play Chopin’s nocturnes; expertise takes trial and error, and graphic design is no exception. Whether you’re an artist between projects, a student…

Ashore Announces New Integration With Loom

September 27, 2021 | Georgetown, TX — Ashore is excited to announce an integration with video messaging tool, Loom. With this new integration, Ashore users and their approvers will be able to present ideas and collaborate better together with the power of video, all at no extra cost.  Loom is a unique video messaging app…

Oh, The Places You’ll Go: Freelance Vs. Out Of House Vs. In House Ad Agency

Graphic design is a great field to work in; it’s creative, exciting, and if you play your cards right, can potentially be very profitable. However, the best part of a career in graphic design for many is the flexibility; you can choose to work with any industry, in virtually any type of environment. So, whether…

Ashore App Introduces New Version Comparison Feature

September 15, 2021 | Georgetown, TX — Ashore App is thrilled to announce the release of our latest feature, Version Comparison. With this feature, Ashore users and approvers now have the ability to compare any two versions of a proof side by side, regardless of file type or formatting differences.  Version Comparison is a simple…

How to Write a Follow-Up Email After No Response From Client

Clients can be unresponsive for a whole host of reasons. Before you assume the worst, allow me to be your voice of reason. There are several scenarios that could be playing out, and they usually have more to do with them than you – it’s not personal, it’s business. Often, improving communication pipelines between you…

The Collaboration Skills Checklist for Creative Teams

All teams need certain skills to succeed. Collaborative teams, however, have a few more requirements. Teamwork occurs when a group of people combines their individual efforts to work towards a common goal. Everyone has their own task that contributes to the final result, and they can work somewhat independently on that task. Collaboration goes a…

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