We wanted to do something more. Something other than a card, a signature and a stamp.
We’re proud to say that several staffers at Designsensory hold leadership positions in professional organizations around Knoxville, and they’d like to share their experiences with you.
Trend lists abound this time of year, showcasing not only what worked in 2015, but what made the biggest headlines, the biggest blunders and what could be the next marketing must-haves in the New Year.
As we look toward 2016 and beyond, Designsensory sat down to a fireside chat with its founders Brandon Rochelle and Joseph Nother to catch up on what’s happening within our world, and to look at where we’ve come in the 15 years as an agency.
Designsensory has a long-standing relationship with Goodwill Industries of Knoxville. We’ve created the print materials for the Goodwill Vintage Fashion Show the past 10 years, and we’re proud supporters of their work in creating local jobs.
Call them what you will, guidelines, tips, tricks, secrets. No, don’t call them secrets, because these are five simple things every business should know and do when it comes to social media.
We asked three of our pros to share how they’re staying up to date in their field, or if they’ve stumbled onto pure Internet gold.
The Eiffel Tower, Michelangelo’s David, the Designsensory pegboard—Our newest intern has seen it all.
Custom Support Solutions came to Designsensory looking for a new visual identity that would differentiate the company from its competitors and convey its strengths as a back-end business solutions provider for the healthcare industry.
“Out with the old, in with the new.” This attitude seems to be an overarching mentality in our society. Today’s ever-changing technology landscape posits people as quick to write off the “archaic” and eager to adopt the latest, greatest trend. However, an example of electronic communication with staying power—one that has proven its worth—is email.