Using the wrong image size for a social media post is like trying to wear a thick sock with a thin shoe. Sometimes it works, but it’s uncomfortable, you know it’s not the best fit and let’s be honest – it looks weird.
For more than 30 years, Borshoff has collaborated with the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities. And each March, we help produce materials to celebrate Disability Awareness Month.
While it’s hard to write about this political season without venturing down the rabbit hole of who’s right and who’s wrong, I’m not going to. I’m just not. There’s nothing to be gained from it other than stirring an already hot cauldron of emotions on both sides.
When NIPSCO wanted to show people how easy saving money and energy really is, the solution was obvious—simply emphasize the tips that make saving painless. We built our story around The Greenes, who—just like every family—are looking for ways to save. And, just like every family, they have different opinions on which tips are the best.
It’s no secret that the advertising and public relations industry is lacking diversity. And, too often, diversity programs are given lip service. Business leadership adds a policy, makes a hire, or gives a speech. They think cultivating a diverse workforce means simply opening your mind to the idea of a larger pool of employees. Those leaders forget building a business that is truly diverse takes work. It takes a plan. It takes action.
In 2016, former art director Adam Johnson and former senior graphic designer John Ilang-ilang were approached to design posters for Middle Waves, a new music festival in their hometown.
Math and science concepts can feel like evil adversaries to a teenager. (OK, most of us are intimidated by parabolas and oxidizers.) But at least for the 6th through 12th graders of the world, there’s Rose-Hulman’s AskRose. With this free tutoring service, knowledge is dispensed by some of the brightest engineering students in the country.