Author: David Higdon

David Higdon



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Why Good Marketing Photos Are So Important for Industrials

Customers often encounter a business through photographs. Why not make a good impression?

One day last week, I was starving and trying to find a place to eat. I stepped into a local diner I’d never been in before and looked over their laminated menu populated with blurred, unappetizing photos of their entrees, most likely shot by the owner on his iPhone. It felt lazy, uninspired, and careless. Next… Read more »

5 Ways Homepage Design Has Changed

The homepage carousel is dead. Here's why, plus a few more tips for updating your homepage.

Homepage design is important because your homepage is the front door to your website, the welcome mat, the first impression. Well, not entirely. Not anymore. In today’s content-heavy, search-laden web, websites are rarely experienced in a linear manner. Users might land on your site through an article link, a social post, or a specific search… Read more »

13 Industrial Locations in Horror & Science Fiction Films

Industrial spaces often play key roles in unsettling films. Here are a few of our favorites.

Whether it be a remote cabin in the woods, a research facility in Antarctica, ghost towns, cornfields, or cemeteries, film settings are as important as their characters for they have the capacity to convey feelings of dread and tension or to server as the basis for creating places never before imagined. Industrial locations have been favorite choices for… Read more »

Time to Reignite Your Industrial Brand

Think a brand is just a logo? Think again. Here's what it is and why it's essential for industrials.

I’m only going to say this once — your logo is not your brand. Neither is your “corporate identity system.” If you want to sound smarter when talking to a marketing agency or an in-house design team, it’s best to start recognizing the difference. These things do in fact make up a part of a company’s… Read more »