Bio Page Best Practices for Professional Service Firms

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Bio Page Best Practices for Professional Service Firms

Marketing professional service firms entails unique challenges and skills. Your people are your product, so it’s imperative that you showcase them in a way that is easy to understand yet still displays all their qualifications. It’s important to utilize modern web technology and best practices to create bio pages that truly highlight your teams’ skills and expertise. Read on to learn more.

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Mike’s Technical Tip: It’s All About the File Format

JPEGs and PDFs and GIFs – oh my! Those and many other graphic file formats can be found out there in the wild, and unless you know the differences among them, the results can be… unpredictable.

The following is a chart with a rundown of the most common file formats for graphics and images and what they’re good for.

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What’s the difference: Desktop vs. Web Fonts?

As graphic designers, fonts are very important to the work we do. In years past, designers like myself were extremely limited as to the fonts we could use for website design. But now, “web fonts” are readily available. But web fonts are different from desktop fonts in several ways. Keep reading to learn just how they’re different.

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Animated Holiday Cards: FAQs

Everything you need to know to send an eCard

Each year, more clients ask us about “eCards”— electronic animated holiday cards. Below are some of the questions we get asked most often, with (hopefully) easy to understand answers. Continue reading “Animated Holiday Cards: FAQs” »

Mike’s Technical Tip: Saying Goodbye to Gmail’s Quick Links

Well… it was fun while it lasted. The Quick Links feature from Gmail’s Labs is being retired soon. One of the more popular blog posts here introduces and explains Quick Links (about three years ago), but it’s now – sadly – time to say “goodbye.”

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