Category: advertising

  • More blatant rip-offs

    Shawn Inman was asked to comment on the services of a web design company, Sprincy. Upon reviewing their work, he came across an interesting observation, his Mint site was apparently designed and built by Sprincy. Apparently, this was news to him, since he was sure he designed and built that site himself. Its also noted […]

  • It’s Finally Over!

    The elections are over. No more junk mail stuffed in my mailbox daily. No more mudslinging commercials airing on my TV. No more campaign supporters knocking on my door while the baby is trying to sleep. And especially no more recorded campaign phone calls that were around five a day wasting my time. Seriously, any […]

  • Design in Crisis

    I’ve been noticing lately an alarming trend of horrid design and advertising. This is more than just your typical, idiotic car dealership ad. This is permeating even the upper levels of advertising. Think about it, can you really remember a single ad from this past year’s Super Bowl that blew you away by its creativity? […]