Click to close searching.

September 2014

23
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Principles of Design: Harmony

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

Last time we talked about the Principles of Design, Emphasis & Scale. Next up? Harmony.   Principles of Design: Harmony When you think of Harmony, you might think of music instead of design. However, harmony is used in design in a similar way to how it is used in music.  When a designer arranges specific…

22
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Print can do more: The Field Paper Show

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

We recently attended the Field Paper Company annual Print Show, where we learned about how print & digital are intersecting to create amazing brand experiences.     One of the reasons we love the show is that we get to see a lot of cool stuff. This year, trends were focused on bright colors and…

19
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Telling Two Stories: Nebraska Farm Bureau Brochures

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

We recently finished a brochure project for the Nebraska Farm Bureau that needed to tell two different, yet deeply intertwined, stories. The first was for the Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, while the second was for the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. The brochures were part of an identity program provided to Farm Bureau representatives…

12
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Principles of Design: Emphasis & Scale

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

We are midway through our “Principles of Design” series, where we walk you through how the Principles of Design apply to how we design websites. Up today is Emphasis & Scale.   Principles of Design: Emphasis When you’re speaking, and you want to emphasize something, you may say it more loudly (or softly, or more…

05
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Brand Mentions: Why Should you Track?

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

  Since the dawn of the internet, people have been talking about businesses online. Whether they share a positive experience, warn of bad experiences, or ask questions about what others think, individuals have multiple reasons for mentioning or discussing a business.   Prior to the advent of social media, most brands would have to hunt…

02
Sep

FacebookTwitterPinterest
Principles of Design: Balance

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

In our last Principles of Design post, we talked about Pattern & Contrast and how they are used in web design.  Today, we’ll look at one of the other Principles, Balance, and how it plays into the layout of a website.   Principles of Design: Balance Balance results when the elements of a design are…

Page 1 of 1