Christmas letter to you

On behalf of myself and everyone at onejdesigns and Celebration Of Children, We would like to wish you and your whole family a Merry Christmas and an awesome New Year. May this season bring you true happiness, love, inspiration, success and prosperity! I would like to express my sincere Thank You for being our loyal customer, partner, fan, and friend. It is because of your support I get to what I absolutely love to do and that is CREATE.  I… Read more »

7 Design December 2017 Holiday Email Campaigns from Kate Spade, Madewell, American Eagle, Zady and more.

1. WhistleFish – countdown email 2. Piece of cake – targeted email 3. Zady – Delivery reminder email 4. Madewell – Gift guide email 5. American Eagle – Holiday email campaigns 6. Holiday Invitation email 7. Kate Spade offer email (animated gift) You can find these email inspiration and more at the link below

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Have A Clear Call-To-Action The call to action is an important component of marketing. It is the message to inspire an immediate response, to prompt action. When deciding to use a call-to-action button on a digital ad, keep in mind what message is, will it motivate the user to click the button. Once the user clicks the button where will you send them, what will they see. Invest time in creating good CTA copy and always, always test.

Graphic Design Tip #5 The Weakest Link

This tip is for creative departments. A creative department is not as good as its best talent. It’s only as good as its worst. Creative people are individuals with their own thoughts, ideas, and concepts using different angles to come up with a design processes. If you continually have to redesign your creatives, send press releases for addressing incorrect information that has been published,  IT IS costing you money. Find out where the weakest link is and decide whether it’s… Read more »

American Furniture Warehouses Commercial Concepts 5 logo ideas

Designing a logo is a big responsibility, the  a whole lot of meaning and represent the image of the company. Logos are usually the most recognizable symbol for a company or organization and should effectively community the product or services. Here’s A Quick Look at my design process. STEP 1 – BRAIN DUMP: first thing I do when designing a logo is tryout different names, if the client does not have one. If they do have a name already, I will write… Read more »

Fall Gathering Logo final

I had so much fun collaborating with the photographers, designers, and AFW buyers to create this Fall time look we called “Autumn Atmosphere”. One of the challenges was creating a logo specific to this marketing plan. Keeping it simple was the best way to go. Logo Design: Gather around the table Fall email Design Wish: Come up with an informal email for the Fall season Client: American Furniture Warehouse Challenge: Make the logo compelling enough for customer to click through… Read more »

Design Inspiration December 2016 Merry Christmas Typography

Merry Christmas! It is #DesignDecember. This time of year, there is inspiration all around. Here are a few of my favorite Christmas typography works. Click on any of the items below to learn more. 1. Merry Christmas paper cut out 2. Candy Cane J 3. Magic of Christmas 4. Merry Christmas with copic markers 5. Black and White Merry Christmas 6. Martini Merry Christmas 7. Gold Merry Christmas