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3 Reasons We Love Adparlor's Ad Mockup Generator

3 Reasons We Love Adparlor's Ad Mockup Generator

AdParlor is a tool that prides itself in providing sophisticated media buying and creative services to “enhance paid social and display campaigns.” While we don’t use all their services, we spend a good amount of time on their free mockup ad generator for our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest ads. Here are three reasons we love it, and why you should consider putting it into your process when creating digital and social advertisements.

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Roane K14 Education: Shaping a Better Future

Roane K14 Education: Shaping a Better Future

As part of a new effort to combat the alarming number of opioid-related crimes and deaths in Roane, Roane Alliance has been pushing for needed change in Roane county, proposing a K14 education system that includes the development of a new school academy. We are proud to join in the initiative and created an emotional video, which serves as a pledge to Roane community members to support the effort and usher in a brighter future for their children.

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5 Considerations For Building a Delightful Website

5 Considerations For Building a Delightful Website

Whether you are building a website from scratch or simply redesigning the one you already have, there are a few key processes you may want to follow. To give you a better idea of how to approach this digital makeover, we've compiled a list of strategic operations to consider as you move forward. 

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Dog Park Dash: Building More than 100 Dog Parks in Tennessee

Dog Park Dash: Building More than 100 Dog Parks in Tennessee

After a long-standing relationship with PetSafe® on its Bark for Your Park program, an initiative that awards dog parks to communities around the country through a grant system, weve partnered with The Boyd Foundation to bring the same goal a little closer to home.

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March at Designsensory: "This Is What You Live For"

March at Designsensory:

This month at Designsensory, the results are in from the Knoxville American Advertising Awards and we bring you another round of updaes on new campaigns and people here in the office.

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You're Not a Fake: Battling Imposter Syndrome

You're Not a Fake: Battling Imposter Syndrome

At Designsensory, we take pride in investing and cultivating young talent, like interns, new college graduates, or people transitioning in their professional career. And we’ve found that most every creative, especially these new professionals, experience feelings of insecurity or undeservedness. Here's how we combat that.

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Finding Inspiration When You're at a Creative Roadblock

Finding Inspiration When You're at a Creative Roadblock

The quest for inspiration is one that many find intimidating, it’s vitally important to care for yourself and your creativity. If you’re having troubles of your own in the creative department, here are a six popular things you can do to get inspired.

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February at Designsensory: The Fireside Chat

February at Designsensory: The Fireside Chat

Each month, we share a collection of new projects and happenings here at the Designsensory office. This month, learn about some of our recent video work, professional development roles and other exciting announcements.

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Is Email Dead? Never: 4 Ways It Has Kept Up

Is Email Dead? Never: 4 Ways It Has Kept Up

The first email was sent out in 1972, and the world of emailing exploded in the 90s. We now live in a much more technologically advanced world. So, is email now dead? With large rises in smart phones, handheld devices, VR and so much more, you might think so. However, email is still a huge part of marketing communication. Here are a few ways email has kept up in the world of ever changing benchmarks, and how you can use this tool to effectively market yourself and your products.

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On Set Etiquette: Creatives in Production

On Set Etiquette: Creatives in Production

There comes a (sometimes scary) day in every creative’s life when video concept meets concrete production. The client has approved the concept, the writer has penned the script, the creative director has thrown some mustard on it, and the production coordinator has set a date. Today’s the day this vision comes to life, and you’re left with sweaty palms. Here's what to do.

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