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airbnb Ad Analysis

For this analysis I chose to critique an advertising campaign for airbnb called, “Live There.” Airbnb’s chief marketing officer, Jonathan Mildenhall, said, “The Live There campaign is about tackling the tension that so many people feel when they travel…At the heart of this campaign is our antidote to commoditised travel – the unique, human connections that happen when you truly Live There.” 1.420 kata lagi


Calligraphy Artist Interview

We quickly fell in love Avinash’s amazingly creative work and his ability to use so many different styles of calligraphy combined with illustration.

Calligraphy is part of our daily life; believe it or not but we are surrounded by it. 927 kata lagi


5 Key Elements to Help Jumpstart Your Wedding Planning

Wedding planning can be tough, but these days there are five key elements you should establish to ensure that the rest of your wedding planning goes smoothly.  456 kata lagi


14 Stylish Fonts That Are Free For Commercial Use

Are you looking for nice fonts that are not overused? Here are 14 pretty and whimsical typefaces that are free for commercial use. A lot of the lists of free fonts on Pinterest feature fonts that are not free, so make sure you check what you download and install! 65 kata lagi



Feeling easy & breezy for spring? The Jewish Southern Belle is! To go along with our super-springtime moods, here are 10+ Fonts for Springtime!

Click the corresponding number to the font you would like to download — it will… 13 kata lagi

The Jewish Southern Belle

Sample KDP Paperback

I used to have this comp sci professor that spoke of “preferences” and “alternatives” as the language of design. His philosophy was that these words stood in contrast to “requirements” which is often how software is designed. 2.934 kata lagi


Flashcard Font

Confession: I’ve always loved Comic Sans (I know; sorry) but some of those letter formations make it difficult to teach handwriting to the little ones.  I need a “flip” on the end of the lowercase q, a top/bottom line on the capital I, a straight number 9 and 6, and a more standard-looking “a” and “e”; Solution: Create a set of fonts that have all those elements. 33 kata lagi

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