Three of them actually: “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” “If we all did the things we are really capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves…” “The three things that are most essential to achievement are common sense, hard work
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Lots of stuff happening this week in the world of logo design. Here are a few of the things that caught our eye: Netflix made big news last week when they announced they were splitting their streaming and direct delivery businesses into two different services. The new DVD-by-mail service is called Qwixter. You can see
Starting a new business is exciting, but it can be a bit intimidating too. But once you make the decision to hang out your shingle, there are a few things you need to do right away. 1. Decide on a name for your business. Chances are your favorite name won’t be available as a URL,
“You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give it to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.” —Steve Jobs, 1989
Interested in following what’s going on in the world of logo design? Here are a few of the top news stories this week: The new logo to be used on Miami Marlins uniforms next year was leaked. We’re don’t think it’s an improvement over the old logo. Maybe it was leaked to generate bad press and
As a small business owner, you’re always on the look-out for products and services that make your life easier—and your business more effective. So are we, after all, we basically run a small business too (even though we’re a tiny part of a much larger operation). We’ve posted about the variety of free business forms
“Where your talents and the needs of the marketplace intersect, therein lies your vocation.” —Aristotle
Can a good logo make your customers buy your product? Or buy more of it? Last year, the Journal of Consumer Research published an interesting study. The researchers set out to measure whether or not a logo could influence the behavior of customers. They also looked at the effects of ad slogans on customer behavior.
Perhaps the biggest difference between starting your own business and working for a big company is the number of people in your office. If you’re just getting started, you may be all alone. There’s no one standing around the water cooler to bounce around ideas with. No one to sit around the conference table and
Jamie Turner, Chief Content Officer at the 60 Second Marketer recently suggested 20 questions to ask when trying to differentiate your brand from your competition. We think they are a pretty good place to start when you are ready to think about your brand position (a good thing to do before you start your logo