What if your business’ design needs were monitored, nurtured and proactively improved to keep you ahead in your competitive landscape? The introduction of Managed Design Services into your business can help to accomplish this.
Chances are, you've heard of Game of Thrones. Based on a series of yet-to-be-finished novels titled A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones is a tremendously popular television show (with over 14 million viewers) produced by HBO.
When not busy with web work, more than a few of us have gotten swept up in the Game of Thrones world. So when 4D Cityscape enlisted us to create the packaging and game manual for their upcoming Westeros-themed game, we were beyond thrilled.
With a release date set for November of this year, the puzzle paid a visit to San Diego's Comic-Con where, alongside other new Game of Thrones merchandise, it teased fans with anticipation.
This puzzle will include three layers and over 1,200 pieces, giving players the ability (and challenge) to build Westeros from the ground up. The puzzle has been meticulously designed to be accurate with the series and truly captures the spirit and feel of Westeros. It's been such a fun project to be a part of that we can't wait to get our hands on the finished product!
For a sneak peek, scroll through the above pictures and check out the puzzle trailer--and check back with us in November for more of the behind-the-scenes details!
There's a saying in Marketing 101: hunt where the buffalo are. Your target market is already spending time on social media, but as a small business--especially B2B--you may not be sure social media is right for your type of business. But it absolutely is!
As a small business, a solid social media initiative can bring about one of the highest ROIs of any marketing technique. Here's ten reasons social media is perfect for small businesses and why your small business can't afford to miss out.
When considering redesigning your company website, one of the best things you can do to prepare is to research what you want. Perhaps you know what it should convey, how it should feel, and you already have a corporate style guide, but you need to see how other companies have executed their website goals. Or perhaps you just need something to get your brain juices flowing. We've searched far and wide to find the best examples of corporate websites that were well designed--especially for non-design focused companies. These are excellent examples to show that good design can be implemented with any type of business.