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People Do Business With People They Like

There are countless ways to work on building and maintaining a successful business. The world is awash in tips, techniques, how-to books, webinars, Ted Talks, and consultants, all looking to help you get there. We’ve read, listened, and watched a lot of what’s out there,

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Design and Content ­– A Marriage Made in Heaven

Back in 2007, we established Cronin Creative as a husband/wife business, and we’re happy to report the arrangement has worked out pretty well for us as well as our clients. But the company founders aren’t the only ones married around here. In fact, our biggest

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The Lowdown on Your Tagline

Among my favorite of the many things that I get to do here at Cronin Creative is the crafting of taglines that summarize, energize, and reinforce the brands we design in collaboration with our clients. A tagline is that short phrase that accompanies your logo,

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Reading is Down. Storytelling is Up.

Once upon a time, people got most of their information and much of their entertainment from books. As a voracious consumer of books, I’m still in the “sit-down-and-read” camp, but these days I’m the exception. So, what’s the story? Why is it that we now

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Designers Love Limitations!

“Designers love limitations. They challenge our ingenuity and often push us to find solutions that are even better than what would have been done without any constraints.” – John Wheatman What does it take to be a successful professional graphic designer? Well, the initial requirements are