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On February 8, 2013, there’s something exciting and unique happening worth mentioning to our followers from Austin. It’s called Work From Home Day and it’s a fantastic idea that allows community participation in an environmental effort to effect real change. Anyone can do it; here’s how it works.Read more →
Everyone wants to have a productive 2013, right? We’ve all got lists, even if they’re only in our heads.
But how do we effectively achieve those goals?
My secret: focus my time and actions on helping those around me.Read more →
The year of 2012 saw a surge in the use of infographics to tell stories. Everything from politics to the peaks and valleys of business financials to environmental monitoring became a reason to get creative and make an infographic.
We wonder if this won’t become even more popular in the years to come, as information overload becomes more and more of a factor, and easy ways to process, break down and disseminate information are sought after.
We found two articles worth sharing on the use of graphics to tell stories.Read more →
I spent last weekend at the International Quilt Festival in Houston – a total feast for my senses! Approximately 50,000 people cross through the doors of the George R. Brown Convention center (it’s not your Grandma’s quilt show), so there’s no doubt that it’s a major challenge for exhibitors at any tradeshow to rise above noise (literally and figuratively) and gain the attention of attendees. Every booth has something unique to offer, of course, but imagine trying convey this when you also have a language barrier to overcome!
Here are some of the fun ways I noticed exhibitors were trying to get their product noticed.Read more →