Life, and especially the day job have been extremely busy lately, hence the non-posts for several months. But an interesting thing has happened with some new clients we’ve taken on lately that all center on the quality of service, which is one of the things we excel at at TCS. Client one responded to a … Continue reading The Importance of Service
Obama logos that weren’t chosen Interesting look into the process that created the highly-recognizable Obama Campaign logo. Design contest debate Steve Douglas, founder of The Logo Factory, responds to some issues brought u[ about the legitimacy of logo design contests. On the other side of the ring, George Ryan, who made the original post Steve … Continue reading Five for Friday: 12.26.2008
This is the kick-off of what hopes to be a regular series of short interviews with other professionals regarding a variety of topics. For the first one, I start with a person I’ve know for a number of years, Kristen Harris of Portfolio Staffing. Kristen Harris is the co-founder and Director of Associate Services for … Continue reading Five Questions for Kristen Harris, Portfolio Creative Staffing
This past Saturday in the business section, The Columbus Dispatch ran an article about troubled tanning-salon chain under fire. I have very little interest in the legal issues of the Hottie Body franchise, but something did catch my eye. The article began talking about a woman who wanted to open a franchise and ran into … Continue reading Determination Reaps Rewards
The online design community has been in an uproar this week (and rightly so) over the apparent thievery of Dan Cederholm’s logo design for his design studio, Simplebits. There are several opinions on the matter, and I felt compelled to share mine. Innocent coincidence? Was the Simplebits logo stolen, or was it pure coincidence that … Continue reading Inspired or Stolen?