Williston State College officially unveiled its new logo on April 5 in a community celebration. The new logo was designed by Bismarck advertising and branding agency KK BOLD. The logo is the first step in a comprehensive branding campaign. It expresses the vitality and growth that is transforming Williston State and the Williston community. “We…
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I just returned from Phoenix where Stephanie Schoenrock, Bree Smith and I attended the NIGA (National Indian Gaming Association) annual convention. The convention combines a trade show with training and seminars and annual elections for the head positions of the association’s leadership. The number of attendees seemed to be down a little, but considering the economy in certain parts of the country, that seemed to be expected.
Much like fashion, a lot of web fads look bad in hindsight. Some look lemon-juice-in-a-papercut painfully bad.
Here’s a list of items that I’m grateful we’ve grown (or are growing) out of. May they die in a fire like the unholy flames that spawned them.
A few weeks ago, a national study was released that found, for the first time, online news readership had surpassed that of print newspapers. Specifically, the study found that 34% of US adults said they got their news online. 31% cited print newspapers as their source of news. The study also indicated similar results for online versus newspaper advertising revenue.