This is the final installment in the “Click Here to Unsubscribe” series. In the last two issues, we looked at “Level 1 Solutions” that offered low-tech, easy-to-implement ideas for dealing with email overwhelm, as well as “Level 2 Solutions” which outlined strategies for using your email software more effectively. “Level 3 Solutions” explored in this … Read more →
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This is the second installment in the Click Here to Unsubscribe series. Last issue, we looked at “Level 1 Solutions” which offered low-tech, easy to implement ideas for dealing with email overwhelm. In this issue we’ll explore “Level 2 Solutions” which make use of the software applications you’re probably already using, but with tips to … Read more →
When email was first launched within the walls of IBM in the early 1980’s, no one predicted how quickly it would become such a popular communication channel, nor how it would evolve very little over the course of 35 years. Email has remained largely the same since its inception: a series of messages containing information … Read more →
In a previous issue of Graphic Arts Magazine, we explored a variety of college and university course offerings relevant to graphic arts professionals. In this issue we’ll explore additional professional education opportunities that are offered by industry organizations and private institutions. Accessibility Ontario Subject Area: Addressing the need to be accessible in business Offering(s): Webinars … Read more →
Book recommendations to get your ideas flowing again
A look at three themes that emerged
Successful examples of support
College and university opportunities for graphic arts pros
One thing’s for certain: Aristotle knew his stuff. Although the Greek philosopher lived and died more than 2000 years ago, examples of his theories of persuasion can be found in today’s biggest ad campaigns. Aristotle’s three modes of persuasion include: ethos (establishing credibility), logos (instituting logic through data and statistics), and pathos (appealing to emotion). … Read more →
A conversation with David Frohlich.
Three more platforms you should consider
Part 1: Two inexpensive ways to learn valuable new skills.