Meet Ros–writer, editor, web and graphic designer, and head of internal marketing at Gravity Group.Read more of Meet Ros O’Brien, Gravity Marketing
Visual weight is so deeply embedded in design and marketing that it often goes unnoticed. In this post, I will explain how it can be used as invaluable tool in design for marketing campaigns.Read more of Visual Weight Matters in Marketing
Meet the team! Stephanie Sprouse, graphic designer and illustrator, shares her experience at Gravity Group.Read more of Meet Stephanie Sprouse, Designer
Get the creative juices flowing with this great exercise for teams.Read more of The Creative Challenge
We deconstruct the Gravity Group logo in terms of what it says and how it says it, translating strategy into visual design.Read more of How Brand Concepts Inform Logo Design [A CASE STUDY]
Research into color theory can benefit many projects, from establishing a brand’s identity, to creating a theme for a brochure, or choosing the look of a button on a website.Read more of Conveying Emotions Through Colors
If you’re not sure illustrated characters are effective brand mascots, try walking down the cereal aisle at your local grocery store. Those characters connect with kids on an emotional level that other marketing methods can’t match. Big brands have mastered the use of animated spokespeople, but companies of every size can benefit from the love of a character.Read more of How We Used Illustrated Characters to Reach Kids
We’re sad to see Clay Showalter, our beloved Media Specialist, leave Gravity after 7 years. But, we’re also thrilled to have Mark Fenton – another deeply talented EMU grad like Clay! – join us this July. What a great handoff, and we’re looking forwar …Read more of A great handoff for Gravity!
So you’ve decided it’s time for a new logo. You’ve started to review some design concepts, and then something funny happens. You become lost. Designs start to look the same, you lose track of which designs you’ve changed and which you haven’t. It c …Read more of What’s My Logo Supposed to Do, Anyway?