Keeping Your Website Fresh And Your Brand Strong

Having an online presence is paramount to any contemporary business’s success. Even the best web designs need to be constantly updated to keep fresh and exciting. Building a brand is also extremely important for the success of any company. Your brand is what gives your business its signature and voice. In today’s digital world these […]

Rebirth Announcement: On March 16, Nebraska Realty Is In Business


One of Omaha’s largest real estate firms – Deeb Realty, will change its name to Nebraska Realty, effective March 16, 2015. The real estate company hired Corporate Three Design in Omaha to create a new brand identity and roll it out across traditional media. (DISCLOSURE: Shawn Hartley, the publisher of this web site is Vice […]

Will The Real Experience Designer Please Stand Up?

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Titles are superficial. And like so many superficial things, we cling to them dearly. Particularly so in the ego industries where a director is someone with a seat and a say. Hey, I get it. It makes sense. When it takes you 15 years to make it to creative director, you want to revel in […]

Design Thinking For Strategic Innovation Aims To Make Business More Elegant


I’m not sure designers would agree, but it feels to me like we’re in a golden age of design. Because as complex as our world (and the technology propelling it) is getting, there’s a stronger need for simple, clear design in our products and surroundings. Idris Mootee takes a closer look at this in Design […]

How Does Office Design Affect Productivity?

Startups have become kind of synonymous with “cool” office design. The exposed ducts, and wide open spaces are commonplace in the tech scene, where employees can sometimes be spotted working from the couch. At any given gaming or tech startup, you’re likely to find a fully stocked fridge and big cushy chairs. Is all this […]

Clean Is The New Black

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Here is some exceptionally good news. According to Digiday, The Banner Industrial Complex Under Threat. “From a publisher’s standpoint, there really is no choice but to go this way,” said David Payne, Gannett’s chief digital officer, of the move away from the banner. “I think we’ve all proven over the last 12 years that the […]

Custom Brand Identity Now Available Off-the-Shelf


Hessian is a brand without a company, a backwards fabrication from a designer uninterested in how things are typically done. Be that as it may, the idea is generating some press for its creator Ben Pieratt, who now wants to sell his concept and the designs that support it for $18K to an entrepreneur in […]

Modern Dog Finds Itself In A Copyright Dogfight

Anyone in a creative business is susceptible to having others take their work, copy parts of it to incorporate into something new, or steal it outright. Seattle design firm, Modern Dog, has found themselves right in the middle of this problem. A design of theirs, featuring illustrations of “Dogs we know” and “Dogs we don’t […]

Guest Post: The Utility In QR Codes Misunderstood and Undervalued

This is a second guest post from Peter Levitan, a Baby Boomer with a new book out about Baby Boomers offing themselves before they go broke. Agencies and their clients are slow on the uptake when it comes to fully valuing all that technology can deliver, namely a better customer experience. That’s the rap. But […]

Cozy Up To The Consumer

Matthew Creamer of Ad Age has thoughtfully laid out a five-year plan for agency growth. One of the things I find interesting in his assessment is the emphasis on User-Experience Design, a.k.a. UX. User-experience design is too often thought of as a digital-marketing task, ensuring that website and app development meet and ideally exceed usability […]