Archive of Tag 'understanding'


The Five Most Popular Illustration Styles

Posted by Scott Alberts on September 7, 2016 in Digital Marketing


With so many illustration styles ranging from simple cartoons to highly-detailed realism, what will have the most appeal to your audience? Each style can evoke a different emotional reaction. Illustration Styles in…

Cartoon Illustration Styles

Keywords Driven by Consumer + Brand Insights: Reach Your Target Market

Posted by Kathy Fredrickson on April 6, 2016 in Digital Marketing


Effective websites behave like virtual salespeople, providing prospects with valuable information and leading them to a desire to contact your organization. Is your website generating quality leads? If not, then it’s losing…

Reaching Target Market Strategically

A picture is worth a thousand words – and about 50 milliseconds

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on March 26, 2014 in Digital Marketing


Aside from shouting ‘fire’ in a crowded theatre (illegal and not recommended), visuals trump words when it comes to quick, clear communication. In fact, “visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text,…

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Poverty and Technology as 2012 Dawns

Posted by Jeff Hayes on December 31, 2011 in Community


Have you ever participated in a poverty simulation? If not, I highly recommend it. My wife and I are fortunate to have a friend and fellow Rotarian, Betsy Rozelle with CAP Services,…

Poverty and technology are related.

A Thanksgiving Story

Posted by Jeff Hayes on November 25, 2010 in Community


This Story Took Place during Thanksgiving week in 1984. While finishing up my engineering degree at Marquette, I lived in the Ardmore Apartments on 16th Street in Milwaukee, just kitty cornered from…

Harriet was the star of Thanksgiving in 1984

Behave Yourself, Please

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on August 6, 2010 in Community


As parents, we can only hope that our constant nagging of say please, thank you, excuse me will be remembered when our children are away from home. I know at my house…

Please behave: Lessons required of parents