Most good ideas are born from a problem. We are Bridged Design, and we are the lovechild of the proposal design industry. See, the problem that created us was sloppy, outdated, uninspiring and overpriced. While it’s impolite to speak of your parents that way, we have come to grips with the realization that their way, the old way, is the wrong way. Let us prove it to you. Read more
The current Government shutdown sucks for a lot of reasons—for a lot of people. While the back-and-forth bickering continues in Washington, many companies and organizations are stepping up to lend a hand to the hundreds of thousands of impacted Federal employees. We’ve seen countless deals for food, entertainment, fitness, and even some (*ahem*) personal “bedroom toys” to keep Federal workers occupied while they wait.
It’s an unfortunate fact of life for anyone working in a creative profession: sometimes you just don’t feel very creative. We’ve all probably heard of “writers block,” and graphic designers deal with an all-too-similar set of hurdles that can make our job difficult. So here are a few tips for stirring up those creative juices and gaining some valuable insight:
What’s in a name? It could be argued that the entire Competitive Intelligence industry did itself an ironic disservice by choosing a moniker such as “Competitive Intelligence”. Did they not perform their own intelligence and realize the connotations that the general public would draw from the title?
Nothing you ever read should be boring. Of course, this would require every piece of written material to achieve a certain level of entertainment, grabbing your attention and holding it hostage, page after page. Impossible?
You wouldn't write a press release announcing your company's hotly anticipated Next Big Thing if you couldn't write. And by “couldn’t write” we mean, honest-to-goodness couldn't write – Not, "omg I am so flunking english ths yr FML," but more like, "I am seriously illiterate and cannot write."