When we last talked about the Principles of Design, we looked at Harmony. Today, we’ll take a look at another “musical” element with Rhythm and Movement. Principles of Design: Rhythm & Movement Rhythm may remind you of something you heard about in music class, while movement may bring the dance floor to mind, but…
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…
The St. Francis Mission is a Catholic mission based on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. In addition to religious services (such as parishes & religious education), they provide many social services – including a Suicide & Crisis Hotline, a Dental Clinic and Drug & Alcohol Recovery programs. They recently asked us to design a…
Earlier this year, we wrote about content calendars – creating a schedule of content, on a daily, weekly or monthly basis that will act as a road map for your social media & content marketing efforts. As we mentioned in the first post, content calendars can include just your social media channels, or can include…
When we do training sessions, we often ask what people use to manage their social media. Invariably, we find that when a businesses uses only one social network or channel to communicate with clients, they often use the native application (i.e., posting directly to Facebook, to Twitter, etc). However, when an organization has more than…
If you’ve been watching the social media news (trust us, it’s a thing), you’ve probably noticed some major changes that different networks have gone through over the past several weeks. For those of you less inclined to follow the layout changes from network to network, here is a quick summary of the changes being implemented….