Is it that blue’s popularity makes the color a safe choice? Or is it clichéd to use blue in your design or branding?
Eight was great. But we’re happy to report that nine is mighty fine.
Today Dowitcher Designs is celebrating our ninth birthday!
You know what they say: the early bird catches the, er, degree?
We’re proud and excited to announce that this week our intrepid CEO Amber Wallace earned a master’s in business administration from UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business!
While we’re on the topic of native advertising, here’s something I didn’t know until now: The Onion does native advertising, too.
And it does it pretty well.
For those who don’t know, The Onion is an entertainment media company that deals in satirized news. In other words, don’t believe what you read on The Onion, unless you want to believe that hockey fans were treated to a rare sight of a zamboni giving birth.
Can I tell you a personal story?
In 1985 my dad scrimped and saved to buy a VCR, which was the hot new home entertainment gadget at the time. After he bought one, he saved up to buy another so that he could play movies on one and record them on the other.
(Don’t tell the FCC!)
Lobster’s fantastic usability has become a problem—Lobster has lost its vitality. It has become so popular, people have started to call it “the new Comic Sans,” the opposite of a compliment in the design world.
17 Dogs Who Could Steal Your Boyfriend.
23 Photos That Will Instantly Drive Canadians Crazy.
16 Moms Who Made Facebook a Cringe-Worthy Place.
With real headlines like these, it’s not hard to see why in some circles the name BuzzFeed has become shorthand for “junky clickbait.”
But BuzzFeed’s content is far from just junk.