Latest News

Dots_yellow

Do people even read marketing emails?

Email marketing can be a very effective way to build an audience. Every day, the majority of us receive at least a few marketing emails in our inboxes. If you are anything like most people, you probably delete the majority of them. But every so often, there is one that...

Simple tips for using images in your designs

One of the building blocks of an engaging design is the effective use of images. Not only do images break up the often boredom-inducing walls of text, they also offer the perfect opportunity to connect with your audience in an interesting way. But if you’re new to navigating design, images...

“How do I get more traffic to my website?”

We hear this question often. Unfortunately, there isn’t a magic switch we can flip to turn on a flow of traffic to your site. You may hear people say digital marketing is the answer. What exactly does that mean?   On the surface, digital marketing sounds simple: marketing in its digital...

The next 40 years — How we embraced and unlocked the power of change.

It’s usually a big deal when a company changes its logo. It usually signals some kind of change. A philosophical change can often be the catalyst to drive organizations to change the most valuable symbol representing their brand. Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend When a design firm changes its...

Employee Spotlight — Melisa Weil

After more than a decade here at Page Design, Senior Art Director and Designer Melisa Weil is a talented team member that everyone in the office knows and loves. And now, you have the opportunity to get to know her (almost!) as well as we do, because it’s her turn...

A Web Designer Looks at 40

In a fitting end to our retrospective series of blogs, Mike gives us some interesting insights about his fateful journey to becoming the latest partner at Page Design. Thank you again to all of the great people we have been able to help over the last 40 years. We wish...

Building a Team and a New Home at Page Design

Last week, our founder Paul Page shared the story of the very first Page Design client. This week he dives into the story about how Page Design went from a one-man show to a tight-knit team and explains the most surreal photoshoot of his career.  Building a Team Within a...

Creative Ways to Share Your Company’s Message

At the heart of every marketing strategy is the understanding that clear, straightforward messaging is a cornerstone of successful branding. After all, if your target audience can’t easily interpret what your advertising is trying to say, why even bother? Trimming the fat, cutting out the fluff, getting to the point;...

The Beginning of Page Design as Told by Founder Paul Page

As mentioned in an earlier post, we are taking the next 4 weeks to highlight a few stories and design samples from the last 40 years of Page Design. We appreciate you spending the time to read these stories. Check our feed every week to read more stories and see...

Flowers on Film: Videography for the Field to Vase Dinner

Originally founded as a homegrown movement in the floral industry, American Grown Flowers has grown into a well-known, consumer-facing brand that stands for the unparalleled quality of domestic flowers. With a mission that’s rooted in the belief that flowers grown in U.S. soil are an invaluable domestic product, the brand...
E-book

“Why does this look weird?”

If your design looks 'off' it's probably because you're breaking one of the basic design principles. This eBook identifies common design problems and how to fix them.

Popular Post

Follow Us

Scroll to Top