In the recent skit by Saturday Night Live, Ryan Gosling portrays a man who is plagued by his anger over the blockbuster movie Avatar’s thoughtless use of the clichéd Papyrus font. Ryan’s demons are real, for I too feel the cringe creep over me when I see Papyrus recklessly used on everything from Asian restaurant signs to attorney logos.
If you've ever wondered what our office looks like, get a sneak peek in this five-minute video, which features:
- A peek at our Danville town square
- A look inside each of our team members' offices
- Brief explanations of our roles
- A highlight of a currently available job opportunity (part-time writer/designer)
Come on in!
We have an important announcement to make!
We are seeking a part-time Writer/Designer to work at our CorComm Creative office here in Danville, Ind. We are interested in generalist communicators who have experience and talent in both writing and graphic design.
Recently, I visited New York City for the first time. And you can bet, I was in full Midwesterner tourist mode, sensible shoes, camera hanging from my neck, with my eyes, ears and nose taking in the Big Apple. Mingling amongst the sights, sounds and smells was an ever-present visual—the “I Love New York” logo.
From store fronts to tourist t-shirts, this iconic emblem was everywhere. The logo was created in 1977 by graphic designer Milton Glaser to promote New York and encourage tourism during a time when the city saw a large decrease due to high crime.
For best results, hire a photojournalist instead.
[Hover over images (touch and hold on mobile devices) for notes about the photos, including the photographer's technical and mental requirements that were involved in capturing them. Note the differences between portrait photography and event photography.]
What's the first word that comes to your mind when you think about photographers? More than likely, it probably has something to do with portraits — weddings, family photos for Christmas cards, school photos.
And because this is the common response, it's natural for someone to instinctively reach out to a portrait photographer when she needs someone to photograph an event.
But that's not the best plan.