Category Archives: Design
Pride Month In A Marketer’s World
June 26, 2019
From scrolling down your twitter feed to a stroll through the mall, it’s easy to see that this year’s Pride is in full swing. The month-long LGBT+ celebration is a beautiful conglomeration of activism, history, parties, and even marketing? Brands promoting gay pride publicly was unheard 50 years ago (Which is when the […]READ MORE Share
Year In Review: 2017 Website Redesigns Edition
January 11, 2018
The world of advertising is ever-growing and ever-changing. As it changes, so do we. Peak Seven Advertising is always moving forward and is always dedicated to the successes of our clients. For our Year In Review, let’s delve into the website projects that made 2017 such a successful year for Peak Seven and and even […]READ MORE Share
WWFLW Do? How Would Frank Lloyd Wright Approach Digital Design?
December 19, 2015
Widely recognized as the greatest American architect of all time, Frank Lloyd Wright was known for his organic architecture philosophy – the idea that design should create harmony between humanity and its environment. In fact, according to Wright, everything should be in harmony in a design: the whole and its parts, the form and function, […]READ MORE Share
Your Text Tells a Story – But Your Font Evokes Emotion. What Does Your Font Say?
January 16, 2015
Did You Know… … that a menu written in an elegant, scripted font can make soup taste richer, creamier, and more enjoyable? … that writing your product information in a familiar typeface can encourage consumers to trust your company? … that test questions written in a funky font can force you to pay more attention […]READ MORE Share
Seeing is Learning: The Basics of a Great Infographic
September 22, 2014
Our society’s inability to unplug from technology and demand for instant gratification mean the attention and time we can dedicate to even the simplest tasks are decreasing. Even reading factual articles on the Internet is too time-consuming for us! Content shock, as we touched on earlier, is a phenomenon where readers skip reading articles in […]READ MORE Share