5 Vintage Chattanooga Logo Designs And What We Can Learn From Them

May 24, 2019

Before Chattanooga was a tourist destination, it was mostly an industrial town. Driving around, you still see the faded logos of now abandoned foundries and mills. Let's explore 5 examples.

5 Things Your Web Design Needs to Convert in Chattanooga

April 12, 2019

Websites need to achieve their goal. But, many of us have natural tendencies that can make it harder to do that. Learn what those tendencies are and how to overcome them with these 5 tips.

How much does it cost to hire a graphic design agency? (Websites, Branding Print, Infographics)

March 22, 2019

Design doesn't have industry-wide fixed costs for projects. There's too many variables. But, let's bring some transparency to the quoting process by discussing 5 common graphic design projects.

How to optimize your Chattanooga website to rank high in Search Engines

March 15, 2019

Research shows that if you want to get a lot of organic search traffic, you need to get on the first page of search result pages. Here are 7 tactics for increasing your site's ranking.

What makes a great brochure design and where to print it in Chattanooga

February 20, 2019

Great brochure design is about distilling the content down to what's most essential and presenting it in a way that's both visually compelling and easy-to-read. Here are 7 tips for how to do just that.

How to evaluate a logo design from a Chattanooga graphic designer

February 19, 2019

If you don't have a background in graphic design, it can be hard to know what makes a good or a bad logo. In this article, I review 8 questions you can ask when evaluating the work of a Chattanooga logo designer.

How to work with a Chattanooga web design agency to develop your website

February 18, 2019

Websites can be time and labor intensive. But, you can effectively partner with your creative agency by thinking through the website’s functionality ahead of time and by starting some of the content creation.

What is a vector file?

April 3, 2018

When it comes to logo design, vectors are the file of choice. Since they're not based on pixels, they can scale up or down and never lose sharpness.