Communication is key for keeping a project on schedule, in budget, and successful overall. But with so many moving parts sometimes it can be difficult to keep things straight. At

This week, I tuned in to the live recording of “How Innovation Happens” presented at SXSW, the music, film and interactive festival in Austin, TX held annually. I was really drawn

It’s mid-January and if you’re anywhere near us, you’re feeling the chill of winter! While you of course could bundle up and crank the heat, did you know that it

Like most graphic designers, there is a special place in my heart for typography. As a graphic designer at an exhibit design firm, I am especially intrigued by how type

School may be out for summer, but that doesn’t mean that learning should end! Now is a great time of year to find different learning experiences outside the classroom. I

First off, let’s define an infographic, an infographic organizes information visually in an interesting and relevant way in an effort to gain and hold the audiences’ attention until that information

There is no reason to question if walls could talk—just give them a voice! The walls of your exhibition space are an open canvas with innumerable possibilities. A well-designed exhibit

Whether we’re clicking through a list on buzzfeed, browsing articles on reddit or pinning on pinterest, everything we interact with online has an original source. And unfortunately, that source is

Our local design organization, CUDO, has an ongoing lecture series called ‘Meet the Pros’ that features creatives from the Champaign-Urbana community. This month Ralph Roether shared his work and story.

We’ve recently made some IT updates here at Taylor Studios and our email is now hosted by Microsoft in the Cloud. This change prompted me to revisit my email management