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Is Your Brand Risking Genericide?

by Rhonda Negard on

There’s a term for brands that get destroyed by their own success—genericide, Kleenex and Bandaid. Small businesses risk something similar when the logo follows a trend or the industry is so saturated similar or poorly planned branding.... Read full article

One-Pot Chicken Fajita Pasta

by Sherri Murry on

This One-Pot Fajita Pasta Will Add Spice To Your Weeknight Routine... Read full article

CALIFORNIA SPAGHETTI SALAD

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A delicious spaghetti salad filled with fresh summer veggies and olives. Topped with a zesty Italian dressing and Parmesan cheese, this will be the hit of your next gathering! ... Read full article

HAWAIIAN MACARONI SALAD

by Sherri Murry on

The ingredients are simple but come together so well. The ham and pineapple give this salad a Hawaiian feel and add such delicious flavor. It doesn’t need a lot added to it because the ham and pineapple is the star of the show.... Read full article

ONE POT JAMBALAYA PASTA

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One pot dinners are the best - and this Jambalaya Pasta is no exception!... Read full article

GNOCCHI WITH MEAT SAUCE

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This easy stove-top dinner brings together potato gnocchi with a hearty meat sauce for an easy dinner recipe that the whole family will love.... Read full article

The Logic Behind the Design: Evolution of Malinda Says So Brand

by Rhonda Negard on

Get a peek into my mind as walk you through how a design transform from mere words to a logo and other items. Understanding your brand and communicating that to a designer is how you get the best design--one that communicates your business clearly.... Read full article

How Did You Come Up With That? Evolution of a Logo: Shear Consulting Collaborative

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This simplified stream of consciousness get you into the design process with me. You can see how my thoughts evolved from one concept to another as I work on Shear Consulting Collaborative's logo.... Read full article

Understanding Color for Printing, Even With Your Office Printer

by Rhonda Negard on

Why do designers like to play 20 Questions? Color changes because color is light. What other colors are nearby change the color of the object being viewed. It’s important to understand this basic principal before continuing with your project. Why? ... Read full article

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