Author: Christine Johns

Should You Consider a Minimalist Logo?

There is a common trait often shared among successful businesses and organizations: their logos are usually simple, unique, and widely recognizable. Logo design trends are constantly evolving. They are never one-size-fits-all. And when it comes to your logo, it can be tempting to stick with “Old

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Emojis: A Powerful Marketing Tool

Embedded somewhere in your smartphone you will find the ubiquitous world of emojis. These days, it is hard to imagine what life is like without them, particularly in the ways we interact with one another on social media or digital messaging. Now widely considered to be

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The Inherent Power of White Space

I am on a quest to minimize. Interestingly, I have been on this quest for many years, and just when I think I have reached a point when my accumulated stack of stuff has been conquered and cleared out, another one seems to take its

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Free Ways to Boost Facebook Post Engagement

Like it or not, social media is here to stay. And if your business, ministry, or organization utilizes it to grow and engage your audience, chances are you have asked the question about whether it is worth the investment of a portion of your marketing

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Social Media Post Design That Engages

You have taken the bold step of introducing your business or organization to the wild west of social media. You’ve been diligent in your market research, you’ve identified your target audience, and you know what your audience expects from your brand. You’ve even culled the

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3 Top Social Media Trends to Consider in 2019

Trends. They’re ever-changing and imitating them doesn’t guarantee success. In reality, the only trend you need to follow consistently—especially in social media—is to adjust your approach to bring awareness to and increase engagement with your audience. Anything else needs to be carefully evaluated before you

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Use the Magic of Scale in Your Design

Have you ever stared at a design you created and thought, “It is okay, but it needs … something.” Countless times I’ve spent hours on a design, only to discover it just somehow seemed … well, flat. When it comes to content design, whether it is

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