Many schools and not-for-profits are taking advantage of the growing popularity of infographics as a way to illustrate complex data sets. Infographics provide potential donors with compelling, easy to digest statistics and reasoning that helps them see how their contributions can have a positive impact on the organization making the appeal.
An infographic takes large sets of data or facts related to a specific cause or topic and crystallizes them into an easy-to-understand graphic depiction.
This summer, Gmail users noticed a large upgrade to their inboxes with the introduction of tabs sorting their email into three buckets: primary, social and promotions. While this new functionality was introduced by Google in an effort to de-clutter their user’s inbox, this new tool is most likely sorting your company’s email marketing into what feels like a new Spam folder.
Here is our your guide to what events and holiday’s your restaurant should be prepping for May and June: (more…)
We were excited to learn that our bakery website design was featured on istock.com’s designer spotlight. (more…)
We’ve perfected our logo design process over the last decade and follow these steps with each brand development project that we work on. Below we show a favorite logo development project we completed for an Upstate New York gluten-free bakery. To see more of our completed logos click here. (more…)
Here is our your guide to what events and holiday’s your restaurant should be prepping for March and April: (more…)
The world did not end on 12/21, so we at Tribecca are happily celebrating the end of the year with friends, family and clients. Wishing everyone a joyous conclusion to 2012!
The popular mobile photo sharing app Instagram has just released its first web-based instagram profile system for its users. As instagram fanatics, we at Tribecca are excited about the possibilities for sharing our profile and photos online. This new release has caused some concerns over privacy, as profiles are now very accessible across the web. The new profiles look very similar to Facebook’s timeline feature [not a huge shocker as Facebook now owns them]. You can access anyone’s public profile by typing http://instagram.com/USERNAME (more…)