We have a lot to say. Admittedly, some of it probably shouldn’t be said in public, so we’ll keep it to the stuff that matters. Don’t expect us to only spew words or facts. We’ll tell you what we think, and more importantly, why it matters to you.

Equine web design
Apr 20, 2018

Industry Spotlight: Equine Web Design

Randy Micheletti Branding, Creative, Design, Digital, Equine, Integrated Marketing, Planning, Web, Website

As a brand, it’s more important than ever to stand out. One way to do that is through your equine web design. It’s vital that equine brands keep up with technology to converse with their consumers

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Trending From G/L - PARENTING
Sep 26, 2017

Trending from G/L: Above the Fold is a Myth

Geile/Leon Design, Digital, Trending Now, Trends, Web, Website

‘Above the fold’ is a myth. No really, there’s an entire web page and a bunch of data to back up such a bold statement. But we get it; you want your most valuable information to be front-and-center in case visitors don’t scroll. Here’s the deal, unlike in the nineties when scrolling was mostly discouraged, today, everyone (even your 2-year-old) …

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Dec 29, 2016

Trending from G/L: Ads in Colombia Sell Peace

Randy Micheletti Advertising, Branding, Creative, Digital, Integrated Marketing, Media, Public Relations, Trending Now, Trends, Web

As a result of this campaign, negotiations between the fighters and the government of Colombia have started, providing hope for prolonged peace.

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trending
Dec 27, 2016

Trending from G/L: We are All Going To Die

Dave Geile Brainstorms, Branding, Creative, G/L Culture, Integrated Marketing, Trending Now, Trends, Web

If this trending item is our future destiny, we are all going to look like the Wal-Mart people shopping from a mobile cart. Not because of their inability to walk, but because of their crushing weight!

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vegetable orchestra
Oct 12, 2016

Trending from G/L: The Vegetable Orchestra is cooler than a cucumber

Leanne Kaltenbach Branding, Creative, G/L Culture, Trending Now, Trends, Web

The Vegetable Orchestra prepares for each performance by first shopping at local markets for vegetables to create their instruments with.

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