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It's that time of year again when the weather starts to get a little bit cooler and everything seems to be doused in pumpkin spice. With all the Halloween decor coming out, I've noticed that some of the marketing collateral can often look cheesy. I think it's important to steer away from anything that resembles an established brand (i.e. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Harry Potter, The Addams Family) and I also think it's wise to stay clear of difficult to read, grungy fonts like Chiller or Creepy. So here it is, I've scoured the internet to find some great fonts Go

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.George Bernard Shaw With business today being conducted more and more through electronic communication – email, SMS, IM, etc. – it is becoming more and more important to fine tune the skill of communicating through writing. Effective business communication via email goes a bit further than the ability to compose a well written sentence. It's about being able to communicate, collaborate, and convey information effectively through electronic transmission. In our industry, we handle the bulk of our business via email. We work with clients, printers, publishers, advertising service Go

Orlando, Florida, “The City Beautiful,” also known as “The Theme Park Capital of the World.” With such a focus on our tourist and service industry here, it is easy to lose sight of the beautiful side of our city. Sometimes it takes some searching, a little bit of effort on our part, but if we stop to look around a little we can be reminded of just how beguiling our little piece of Central Florida is. If you’re finding yourself stuck and uninspired, we’d like to take a moment to share some of our favorite places we find inspirational around town. Lake Go

Designers create. That’s the nitty gritty of it. They plan and they devise. Any construction, any composition, any creation, was originally the brain child of a designer. It’s likely a wiring in the brain, this need to make something out of nothing. To see what is there where others cannot. And, when someone is wired in this way, it’s impossible to turn it off. In our previous installment of our Designer’s Fashion discussion, we exhibited the finished product; the favorite wardrobe items of designer Christian Knightly. Our creative sample this time? Orlando Magazine art director and graphic design adjunct instructor for Go

I am a traveler. My adventures have taken me from camping in the Serengeti to horseback riding around the Egyptian pyramids to exploring catacombs in Ukraine. These experiences traversing the globe have been an inspiration and great influence on my choices and design aesthetic. Over the years I've gathered many resources to re-create retro and vintage travel posters and marketing materials. The art deco influences of the 1930's produced some of my favorite pieces. Below you'll find a vast array of tutorials, typefaces and vectors you can use for inspiration and creating your own retro travel posters and marketing materials. Inspiration: Here's a Go