From time to time we enjoy highlighting the efforts of our professional peers as they bring great ideas in marketing or design or communication to the general public. Today we look at a recent publication by The Project Management Group, who specialize in email and direct mail campaigns. They have e-published a PDF entitled “10 […]
We continue our introduction into some of the ‘crowdsourcing’ websites and applications that have been developed to links not-for-profits and mission-based organizations with their ever-connected constituents and benefactors. The list presented here yesterday and today is hardly exhaustive, but we believe we have touched upon some of the significant types of websites for various sectors […]
Ever since the invention of Lynx in the early 1990s to give at least a few folks access to the internet, we have been growing ever more comfortable with accessing information, buying products, and sharing ourselves with our Facebook Friends. We are aware to some degree that the websites we visit place ‘cookies’ on our […]
BP‘s third effort to cap the destroyed Deepwater Horizon well seems to have been successful, as pressure tests have not done further damage to the emergency mechanisms. As of posting (the afternoon of 16 July), the BP Global website stresses the cleanup of the Gulf without immediate mention of the successful capping done yesterday. Discussion […]
We discussed the Apple iPad a couple of months ago as the product that could transform expectations of the tablet/portable/cloud computing world. Well, eighty days into the product launch, and 3 million iPads later, the market is soon to get another competitor: the Toshiba Libretto. Neither is/will be the first into the market, but Apple’s […]
Just before Apple‘s iPad first launched in early April, the MKCREATIVE blog presented a two-part discussion of how the device specifically and the advent of a truly functioning tablet market/community generally should be taken seriously by the nonprofit community. The iPad’s convenience as a communications tool, we argued, meant that nonprofits and mission-based companies could, […]
BoxTone is a global BlackBerry Management Software and Service provider headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, USA. Their platform of enterprise-grade,Â plug-and-play software modules is used by more organizations than any other to manage, monitor and support mobile users provisioned to the BlackBerry platform. MKCREATIVE Design has provided BoxTone, Inc. with graphic design services since 2008.