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Your project manager will provide a logo design guide pdf when you order. We will help you complete the form and answer any questions. The information you give us will be invaluable in helping us understanding what you need and heading the project in the right direction. Feel free to provide any information if you think it will help. Include links to samples you like as well as any previous art. Include information on your audience, your company and your...

All kinds of businesses aim for increase in sales and profit. For this reason many had tried shameless promotions and deceitful tactics just to achieve their primary goal thus, damaging their reputation. Profitable business can be achieved ethically; conforming to the set of rules and standards established and does not deceive consumers for profit. Integrity is a must to gain commitment in every form of business. To promote ethical habits in online marketing, here are Ways the Site Earns Money: Affiliate Links...

In every form of profession there is always set of norms and conduct to follow- one that is referred to as professional ethics. It is to manage employee’s behavior in completing various business functions.   In the profession of graphic design as well, Code of Ethics is existing to establish what constitutes 'fair play'. It is intended to provide protection for both designers and clients from unethical business practices and the havoc that can be caused by ignorance. Milton Glaser an American graphic designer...

With hosts of bilingual Spanish to English translators marketing themselves online these days, how can a prospective employer who may not have in mate knowledge of the technical aspects of professional translation, and who may not be fluent in both of the languages involved in their projects, confidently distinguish a skilled and qualified translator from a possibly under-qualified, (all be it well-intentioned) self-appointed pro-amateur? Here are a couple points of advice I would like to offer to employers from my experience which...

BY RYAN HOLMES | AUGUST 30, 2012 On June 6, Larry Ellison--CEO of Oracle, one of the largest and most advanced computer technology corporations in the world--tweeted for the very first time. In doing so, he joined a club that remains surprisingly elite. Among CEOs of the world’s Fortune 500 companies, a mere 20 have Twitter accounts. Ellison, by the way, hasn’t tweeted since. As social media spreads around the globe, one enclave has proven stubbornly resistant: the boardroom. Within the C-suite,...