Your business has a mission. But does it have a purpose? Your company’s mission defines the goal of operations—this is what makes your business successful.
Author: Demetrio Maguigad
A year ago, I began my UX/UI design bootcamp at Designation. On our first day, our community director gathered all the eager, anxious students and
Hi Friends, I have a story to tell you today. It’s a personal story that has been unfolding during the past six months and has
This past Monday, LimeRed Studio was honored to be a part of the Today at Apple series, Accelerate Your Startup Idea: Business Ideation with 1871.
A difficult time can be more readily endured if we retain the conviction that our existence holds a purpose, a cause to pursue, a person
Tumblr takes a slower, more leisurely pace than Twitters hyper-immediate microbites of information, and unlike Facebook, you dont have to watch your second cousin and that guy you sort of knew in middle school bicker about Hillary Clinton.
Our brains love stories, and luckily, the Internet is full of them. Hardly a day goes by that one of my friends doesn’t post something heartwarming and awe-inspiring from Upworthy or some other positive news site.
This year, three finalists in the Social Technologies category presented their apps in hoping to be the next big thing. Here are three finalists in the Social Technologies category.
How do you get data in the user’s hands in a format that actually helps them? This question and more are answered through our web design work in 2013. What challenges are you trying to solve?
All the things within our own culture weve learned to accept as true weave together to formulate narratives and beliefs that guide and frame a lot of our values, attitudes and actions. They become stories we choose to believe. They become narratives that shape the fabric of the meaning of our lives.
Reflecting on my first year at LimeRed there are many things Ive learned that I think would be helpful for nonprofits to know or consider. In most cases you and your nonprofit are probably practicing these things already, and if you are you deserve a high-five!
You and your organization get it… You need to be on social media.
But how do you protect your organizations brand and voice and also get a whole bunch of people in your organization using social media? How do people know what is and isnt acceptable to post? How does the brand voice stay unified? What happens when someone gets too rowdy who isnt part of the org?
You need a social media policy.