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Affinity Diagrams Can Ease Your Overwhelm & Transition Into Management

By Rhonda Negard | May 26, 2020

Allowing for errors builds a collaborative spirit and fosters innovation.

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11 Books Designers Should Read

By Rhonda Negard | March 3, 2020

Whether you’re a design student or have been in design but looking for more, you can benefit from the content in the books listed below. If you want to be a better designer, want to succeed, and want to be a leader, this short-list is a great reading list.

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Embracing the Too

By Rhonda Negard | February 12, 2020

Just last Monday, I was listening to The Women at Work show on Wharton School of Business Radio. The show guest talked about one of her clients who was very different. Rather than getting coached to fit in, look and act like a woman is expected to be in business, this woman embraced her “different”…

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Case Study: Orphans of War Website Redesign

By Rhonda Negard | December 17, 2019

TSO Media was already working on plans for a website redesign for Orphans of War when their website was hacked. Plus, they didn’t have backup systems in place. It was all lost. The good news is that because they were already working on new content with TSO Media, they took advantage of the otherwise bad…

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Making a Statement With Intention

By Rhonda Negard | December 6, 2019

Do your website, materials and presentation project the expertise you have and the message you intend? Professional Speakers and Digital Course Creators Your website is your hub and reliable connection to your market. A website for speakers and Course Creators must:  Build credibility  Provide value  Cultivate new opportunities/students Professional Speakers You need to a site that demonstrates your expertise…

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Accessible Websites: Making your site readable and useable for impaired visitors

By Rhonda Negard | October 8, 2019

Colors: How to use your color palette to enhance your brand while being accessible During the 2019 redesign of this site, accessibility has been a growing concern and focus…as it should be! I create sites for clients, who may or may not know about all the ADA compliance guidelines. It’s now my responsibility to ensure…

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No Need for New Content

By Rhonda Negard | May 1, 2019

This is exciting news. You do not need to worry about creating new content! Would you prefer to listen instead of reading this blog post? Or, see it streaming in the Facebook post: How many blogs do you think there are in the world, in the U.S., in your state, or in your region? How…

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Website Redesign Case Study: Bridget Willard

By Rhonda Negard | April 26, 2019

WordPress Website for Read also Bridget’s case study on the need and process for the redesign Before Bridget contacted me, her site looked like what you’ll see in the video below. In it Jocelyn Mozak (Mozak Design) gives some helpful feedback for design, function, and voice/perspective. Of course, all of this is assuming Bridget’s…

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Where does your Website fit?

By Rhonda Negard | April 16, 2019

Regardless of what your website looks like, what platform you use to manage its content, or where it’s hosted, it shouldn’t be a “one and done” type of project. You need to incorporate your website into your marketing plan. It needs to play an active role in your business! Listen here: For many businesses, e-commerce…

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