Monthly Archives: January 2012

Change=Good/Bad?

Sports Teams are something that you do not always immediately associate with Logos…you are more quick to recognize their name, their mascot, or their colors first. However, the logos are an important part of the package as are the other … Continue reading

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“Your a Pisa Work”

Color, a word that we hear often enough, but yet we know not how deep the meaning behind each reaches? In our early years, Crayola teaches our senses to come alive with the multitude of crayon colors in one box. … Continue reading

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New Years Resolutions do Crazy Things!

A little past the first of the year, and here we are! Branding Bliss has launched and is excited to hit the ground running. After a holiday full of laughter and smiles with family and friends, I realized that something … Continue reading

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Who to believe?

One thing is for sure…in this day, it is more important than ever to check and re-check sources for everything you hear or see. A sad and yet strong example of this reared its head last weekend when the managing … Continue reading

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Tis the season to be savvy…’tradeshow’ savvy that is

Most of us have experienced the ‘tradeshow’ in one way or another in our lives, whether on the selling end, the buying end, or the “I have no freaking clue why my boss sent me here” end. The truth is, … Continue reading

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“The Anti-Kodak”

“For anyone lamenting the decline of big U.S. Innovators like Kodak or worried that U.S. Industry is losing its creative mojo, we bring you this good-news story–a reminder that some manufacturers have gotten innovation right.” -WSJ, The Anti-Kodak: How a … Continue reading

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“Industry Slang”

I was having a conversation last night with someone about “industry slang”. We are all guilty of creating our own shortened versions of important terms, and we throw them around like it is a second language to all. And we … Continue reading

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