Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

Fresh from the SPRING: sumit_s

Audree | November 10th, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this book cover project. Let us start the slow clap for sumit_s. Check out more great work on sumit_s’s profile page. Nicely done, sumit_s, nicely done!  

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Optimize Your Next Design Project with A/B Testing

Nick Bowersox | November 9th, 2016

Want to get it right? Test that idea, and then test it again.

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13 Ways Your Brand Can Get in the Holiday Spirit

Lauren Nelson | November 7th, 2016

The holidays are around the corner. Is your brand ready to celebrate?

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Make an Inspired Creative Brief

Nick Bowersox | October 20th, 2016

We’ve heard it before. We’ve probably said it before. It’s an all too common and not at all helpful framework for evaluating design: “I don’t know what I like until I see it.” Many entrepreneurs feel this way when writing a creative brief for a creative project. For most, it’s difficult to express your visual […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: rudyy

Audree | October 13th, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this clothing project. Let us start the slow clap for rudyy. Check out more great work on rudyy’s profile page. Nicely done, rudyy, nicely done!

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Everything Marketers Need To Know To Avoid Violating Copyright Law

Ross Kimbarovsky | October 12th, 2016

Your go-to-guide for respecting copyright law as a marketer.

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Take your Professional Development to the Crowd

Nick Bowersox | October 7th, 2016

There’s no denying the power of the crowd when it comes to creative projects. At crowdSPRING, a community of over 190,000 creatives collaborates with businesses around the world to help them stand out with quality designs and copywriting on a daily basis. But can the crowd contribute to professional development? According to Jonathan Chan at Foundr […]

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