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We believe the brand of the world is constantly changing and diversity extends beyond race but also culture. We inspire to become the largest minority owned consulting agency in the southeast region of the United States. Being able to understand the complexity of brand development along with culture will allow our team to assist clients to grow to optimal levels financial success. The beauty of a dream are the visuals – create memorable brands and designs. The canvas is imagination- concentrate on clients that seek innovation. The paint is MediumFour – be free flowing, vibrant and adaptive. The masterpiece our clients – the only way we grow are the results of our clients success. #DreamInColor
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Dante’ D. Fillyau
Chief of Design & Webmaster It may be unconventional, but a love for math and an engineering background has allowed Dante to blend art, design and technology in the work he produces. With over ten years’ experience in both magazine and agency work, he is proficient in developing creative approaches that align with clients’ strategic direction and communication strategies. Dante prides himself of being able to look behind the idea to create something different for our clients.
Michael W. Hall
Chief of Ideation & Marketing Michael views graphic design as a digital way to do something he loves, creating art. Having developed the process of incorporating brand psychology into the work he produces, he believes work that is considered good is below par. Always striving to achieve greatness, Michael works endlessly for our clients and their dreams. With over 13 years of experience working in all areas of the industry, from corporate to agency to nonprofit, magazines and printing, it is no surprise that Michael has been recognized among the Who’s Who of South Florida.
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August 27, 2015 / By admin
Which popular social media platforms work best for businesses? Before looking at the sites, recall these universal social media marketing concepts:
• Use social media as a marketing tool; treat it professionally.
• Educate and entertain more than self-promote. Ask questions.
• Tell stories; use pictures and short videos.
• Share content from others.
• Expect to devote significant time and effort to be successful.
Begin your campaign by using a couple of platforms very well, rather than using several poorly. Choose the sites your customers use. Here’s a half dozen to consider:
Facebook is the most popular social media platform with around 1.5 billion monthly users. Create a business page from your individual account; it’s free and Facebook doesn’t like people using personal pages for business. Facebook’s best application is business-to-consumer, but it’s so big that you shouldn’t ignore business-to-business. For as little as $5 you can boost the number of people viewing your posts. Post at least three, but less than 10, times per week.
Linkedin is the business version of Facebook. It only has around 100 million monthly users, but its members are business people and professionals. It’s best in business-to-business situations. You might post here from two to five times a week.
Twitter has over 300 million monthly users. The nature of Twitter, with frequent short posts, means a post not seen within 30 minutes to an hour will likely never be seen. It’s not uncommon to post five times a day. Twitter is a place where you can be seen as an expert in your field.
Google+, Google’s answer to Facebook, with 300 million monthly users, is not as widely used as Facebook but it’s a Google product. Would being active on Google+ improve your website’s position in a Google search? Research is mixed, but it can’t hurt.
Pinterest, with over 70 million users (85 percent of which are women), might be a perfect site if your target demographic is female.
Instagram has 300 million monthly users, almost all of whom are under 35. Is this your target audience?
There are hundreds of other platforms to consider. Search the web and pick the sites best suited to your desired audience. You can share the same posts on multiple sites, but don’t do it incessantly.
Use a tool like Hootsuite that allows you to schedule posts to various platforms. Spend a couple hours planning for the next few weeks so you post regularly but don’t lose focus on the rest of your business. It’s easy to become consumed with social media campaigns if you aren’t careful.
For best results, discuss your plans with a mentor or marketing expert. Social media is a wonderful marketing tool when used properly.
August 25, 2015 / By admin
With any collaborative project, it’s a two-way street. Graphic designers exist to help companies bring their visions to life. But, there are a few ways to really rub these creative folks the wrong way. Consider the five points below if you want to jeopardize your working relationship.
August 7, 2015 / By admin
By Charisse Lillie, Vice President, Community Investment, Comcast Corporation, and President, Comcast Foundation in Diversity
The issue of increasing diversity in the tech arena has garnered a lot of attention lately and is an area in which we have been fully engaged for the past five years.
If we are going to be successful in closing racial disparities in the Tech Sector, it will take real and sustained partnerships in minority communities throughout the United States. At Comcast NBCUniversal, we have worked hard to create many such partnerships, including a significant partnership with the National Urban League (NUL), which held its Annual Conference in Florida last week.