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One of the things I was reminded of during my recovery from my hamstring reattachment was that as much as I want to think I have eight arms and can do anything, I barely had two legs in the last quarter … Read More ›
I am obsessed with letterforms — the distinctive characteristics of a letter within a typeface (it can also refer to calligraphy but that is not my rabbit hole). When I cannot fall asleep I even draw serif letters in my mind instead of counting sheep. I dream … Read More ›
You’ve seen them before. Yet you may not exactly know what they’re capable of (or even what they are or how to use them). Today, I’m talking about the beauty of QR (Quick Response) codes! Though merely a small (usually black-and-white) graphic, this code can make a … Read More ›
Every year Ruzow Graphics helps non-profit organizations and educational institutions of all sizes craft compelling, goal-exceeding annual appeals for development and communication departments. From the big picture to the finer details, we’ve learned what makes a successful appeal. Here are our top tips for making yours stand … Read More ›
As I talk to clients and other creative business owners these days, I hear a lot of fear and frustration about keeping up with content marketing and how to get the content (and design) to be on brand. The bottom line is listening — to your audience, … Read More ›
Great graphic design is one thing. But finding a human with who you enjoy working — puts the cherry on top. I’m grateful to work with businesspeople who are also great people. I’m fueled by the excellent working relationships we have; they count on me to be … Read More ›
When it comes to how you share your brand with the world, there is a powerful element you may not be using to its full potential. In fact, you may not even be aware of it.
Let me ask you: Do you realize the immense power of fonts?
Good … Read More ›
There are so many logo fails that have happened in the branding world. Don’t become one of them. If you’ve determined that a logo redesign is the right business move (because your current identity is out of date or you’re entering a new market) — then you … Read More ›
Despite the best of intentions, precise brand guidelines, and militant marketing managers, even established brands get messy over time. Ultimately someone in your organization will stretch your logo out in a Word document, or use the wrong colors, fonts, or sizes. A little misstep? Maybe. But left … Read More ›
A well-designed annual report is part of a company strategy to engage board members, stakeholders, potential investors, and customers for your company. Using good design and creative storytelling are key strategies for a successful annual report.
Whether this is your first or tenth report taking on the responsibility … Read More ›