Roadmap to your Digital Identity

Think about what a user is going to type. – Matt Cutts, Google

Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. SunTzu

You may feel “digital marketing” is just not for you. Your business is doing just fine and you believe you can increase your revenue without investing the time, energy or finances in your digital profile or available marketing strategies.  But what you may not realize is that you are losing a significant amount of clients who are searching for your specific services online. This means your competition is gaining the upper hand and reaping the benefits (and profits) that could be yours.

Establishing a digital identity may not be as difficult as you think. It all starts with a vision and a plan. The goal is simple. Outperform your competition and give your clients something that your rivals don’t.

To develop a successful digital strategy, you must first take some time to really think about your brand and evaluate your business needs by understanding who your clients are and what they require from you. Once you identify your cause, you are ready to make some strides in the digital world. Here are some steps to guide you along the way. Continue reading “Roadmap to your Digital Identity” »

Enthusiasm is Everything: A Look at GO BODY® Hydrating Protein Drink

After being in business for 40 years, there’s one thing that’s for certain: nothing gets us more excited than a passionate, enthusiastic client. No matter how beautiful a branding package, how thoughtfully written a brochure or how expertly designed a website, a product is only as successful as those in the drivers seat. We love the Mario Andretti’s and Danica Patrick’s, the spirited, impassioned individuals who put their whole hearts into their work, because that’s what we do here every day at Design 446. Continue reading “Enthusiasm is Everything: A Look at GO BODY® Hydrating Protein Drink” »

Sales Environment Design Trends: Trading Spaces for Experiences

If walls could talk what would they say?

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Out with the old and in with the amazing. Gone are the days when typical Sales Environments offered bulky furniture, several mounted floor plans on pedestals, overwhelming wall displays and muted, confined spaces. Imagine a sales office experience where clean lines carve through chic, open spaces and state-of-the-art technology is complimented by streamlined furniture, which becomes the cornerstone of the experience. Continue reading “Sales Environment Design Trends: Trading Spaces for Experiences” »