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The 4 Top Rebranding Trends // Mar 24 // JLB

Here’s what happened in the world of rebranding: Online marketing, website designs and then there is branding.  Branding should drive your website design and digital marketing focus. Rebranding is the process of taking an established product and giving it a new look and feel as a means of differentiating it from its rivals while also […]

Graphic Design and Video Design – Nashville TN // Mar 02 // JLB

JLB Web Design and Marketing Creates an Amazing Booth Presence JLB worked closely with Meridian Medical Management to create an amazing graphic design presence at their tradeshow in Vegas.   We needed a top notch impact to get attention in their 20×30 foot booth but not steer away from the brand and service competencies.   […]

The Science of Colors // Jan 06 // JLB

We found this great article about colors and marketing by Leonhard Widrich on Huffingtonpost.com.  Check it out: “Why is Facebook blue? According to The New Yorker, the reason is simple: It’s because Mark Zuckerberg is red-green colorblind. This means that blue is the color Mark can see the best. In his own words Zuck says, […]

New Year, New You! Web Design for 2015 // Dec 15 // JLB

As we look forward to starting a new year, we are anticipating fabulous web design trends for 2015.  Check out this blog by Jessie-Lee Nichols from business2community.com. The end of the year is coming and that means your inbox will be flooded with “best of” and “trending” posts. I know, I know, it’s not even […]

GuideGuide // Jan 12 // JLB

Those of us who use Photoshop on a daily basis (literally) know how frustrating using the guide system can be. Guides are used to mark certain dimensions and points of alignment within a photoshop file. I use guides for web design to mark where a content area begins and ends and to align elements in […]

A little post about web fonts… // Sep 01 // JLB

Smashing Magazine (one of the greatest web resources for designers and developers) is redesigning their site and Elliot Jay Stocks is doing it. He posted a great article about web font usage. Check out his post here: Choose your web fonts wisely  

A new addition to the family… // Aug 10 // JLB

…font family, that is! I know this is somewhat old news, but I just came across this entry at the Ascender Corporation’s blog. Comic Sans Pro Typeface Family Makes its Debut We all know that Comic Sans has gotten a lot of flack for being one of the worst, most overused typefaces in computer based […]

In Search of Inspiration // Jun 24 // JLB

I find it so hard to get inspired just flipping through websites. I love that Twitter takes me places I would never go on my own, but sometimes I need to get creative when looking for inspiration (and motivation). I sit down and color with the kids or go for a walk around the park. […]

Stats that catch your eye… // Jun 02 // JLB

Every now and then I like to keep up with the99percent.com and look at some of the interesting (and sometimes shocking) statistics that have to do with the “creative sector.” Their recent poll of the creative community came up with some interesting numbers. Apparently the Home Of?ce is catching on because 38% of people polled […]

FSB (behind the scenes) // May 07 // JLB

Franklin Synergy Bank has a lot of cool new plans in the works to help serve people even more than they already do, and they’ve asked JLB to help them spread the word.