Targeting millennials is a growing trend among businesses. Learn what to do, and what not to do, when considering this segmentation process
The Designsensory team headed to neighboring Lenoir City, Tennessee to support our friends at the Roane Alliance at their annual gala. Learn more about our trip here.
Dr. Suess said it best, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” Here are some recent reads a few of our team members found inspiring in the month of November.
You’ve likely noticed an increase in the number of videos populating your Facebook feed. Facebook has aided in the dramatic rise in the consumption of video content on social over the past few years. Anyone with a smartphone can easily create videos—no additional equipment or editing required. Now, the question is, should you?
Designsensory recently hired new employees, including John Davis, Courtney Gerringer, Meghan Palmer, Kaitlin Pawl and Ben Maxey.
Not sure if your website meets ADA compliance standards? Learn more here.
David Ogilvy once said, “On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy.” Some even say headlines are worth 90 percent of the advertising dollar. With that in mind, we've compiled some of the best tips to help you write better headlines.
Josh Loebner, Designsensory’s director of strategy, was invited to participate as a panelist to discuss advancing diversity in the workplace at the University of Tennessee. Learn more.
The grand Schermerhorn Symphony Center was brimming with creative talent earlier this month. With Nashville as home to the 2016 Brand New Conference, our design team couldn’t pass up the opportunity to hit the road and brush up on branding.
Now that you’ve landed a great new job, it’s time to put your best foot forward and become a rockstar employee. Learn how in our latest blog.