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instantlogosearch.com is a new online search tool that has recently been launched to give you quick and easy access to thousands of corporate logos.
Check out this cool web site that organizes the top album releases from 2015 by their cover colors.read more
We recently came across this old quote from Will Rogers as well as this capture from a recent IBM presentation identifying some pretty radical marketplace shifts that have taken place over the last few years. We think both are relevant and really telling of how fast...read more
We had another action-packed year full of client projects ranging from videos to animations to logos, rebranding, web sites, brochures, newsletters, etc.... Thank you so much, from the entire Skyline 360 team! We look forward to working with you (more) in...read more
We have recently been inspired by this quote and hopefully you are as well. Feel free to download and use this high resolution desktop wallpaper background. Resolution: 2560×1600read more
If our mind is the engine that drives the creative process, our hands are the tools that put those ideas into motion. Keeping our hands healthy and in top working condition isn’t something we may think about on a daily basis, but these most-important tools spend an extraordinary amount of time performing routine, repetitive tasks as many, if not most, of us spend countless hours each day stationary at our computers. This can have tiring and harmful effects on our hands and wrists.
Creativity is a diverse concept. While some of us sit publicly in the creative hot seat, others call on different forms of creativity to fulfill hobbies and problem solving scenarios every day. For some creativity comes easily, but even the most creative minds need to keep their skills sharp with creative exercises that give us inspiration.
Love them or hate them, hashtags are everywhere. While they are used and often abused in many ways, hashtags can be a great marketing tool to build brand awareness and customer engagement – especially at an event like a trade show, product launch, conference, meeting or live promotion.
We all love going to trade shows and seeing the beautiful and creative trade show exhibits on the floor. You may find yourself saying, “I like that!” or “I want us to do something like that.” But, what is it that you “like” about that particular booth? And more importantly, is that appropriate for you and your company?