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Mark Emerson Posted on April 25th, 2016
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4 of the Many Reasons to be at the 4th Annual Dig South

…and we’re back! This week, Dig South returns for its fourth annual installment in Charleston and we couldn’t be more excited! I’ve had the great opportunity to attend all, or at least some, of each of the previous Dig South conferences. In a lot of ways, I’ve felt compelled to go back each year just […]

Alison Best Posted on February 23rd, 2016
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Forget the Selfie! The Do’s and Don’ts of Headshots and Photoshoot Styling

Jessica Munday Posted on October 27th, 2015
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Impulsive Buying Made Easier Thanks to Facebook

Facebook is changing once again, but this time it will affect your wallet instead of your layout. As devoted Facebook users, we scroll down our newsfeed several times a day and see advertisement after advertisement encouraging us to buy the latest and greatest. The problem? We leave Facebook to purchase these products.To simplify our spending […]

Jessica Munday Posted on October 23rd, 2015
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Rise and Shine Lowcountry!

  Get out of bed you sleepy heads! We’ve got lots to share with you about our eventful all-nighter. That’s right…our 9th annual CreateAthon is coming to a close as the sun is preparing to break the horizon. Each year, we joke about how quickly CreateAthon comes and goes but alas all good things must […]

Amanda Cooper Posted on October 22nd, 2015
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Reporting LIVE from TRIO’s CreateAthon

We’ve officially completed an entire days worth of work and have 15 more hours to continue this creative madness! Thus far, CreateAthon has been a total success. Even David Hasellhoff in the flesh (…or cardboard) showed up to offer his creative advice and his constant smile. As we continue these long 24 hours, complete delirium […]

Jennifer Cherock Posted on September 14th, 2015
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The Most Creative 24 Hours in the Lowcountry

For the past nine years, TRIO has had the honor of helping Lowcountry nonprofit organizations through CreateAthon—a 24 hour, around-the-clock creative blitz during which we provide marketing and creative services to nonprofit organizations on a pro-bono basis. After much deliberation we have filled four out of five CreateAthon slots. We’re excited to announce that we’ll […]

Alison Best Posted on July 13th, 2015
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Logo Design Trends for 2015

Every year I look forward to Logo Lounge’s annual Logo Design Trend Report, by Bill Gardner. It’s a great go-to source for identifying key logo design trends based on work from the previous year. The site currently has more than 212,000 logos submitted from designers all over the world. As the founder of Logo Lounge, […]

Jessica Munday Posted on June 22nd, 2015
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Associated Press Stylebook- AKA: The Smart Marketers Bible

The peanut butter to your jelly. The mac to your cheese. It’s no question that AP Style and marketing go hand in hand─ in this case book in hand. Why is this style so important to know and follow? AP Style can be looked as another language for all of the different media outlets. It […]

Laurel Welch Posted on June 15th, 2015
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Typography Do’s and Don’ts

At some point in your life you will likely find yourself sitting in front of a computer monitor faced with the overwhelming yet powerful task of styling and arranging text. Whether you’re designing a simple flyer for your uncle’s yard sale or an editorial spread in a magazine, the same typographic principles apply. Having strong […]

Amanda Cooper Posted on May 12th, 2015
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Guarantee Your Event Goes as Planned

Months of prepping and planning, weeks of negotiating and promoting and hours of stressing over the smallest minute details all for a single event. As an event planner it is your responsibility to create and plan an event that has been very meticulously thought-out so guests can enjoy themselves blissfully unaware of the countless days […]