There are so many great holiday movies to choose from, but we thought we’d add one more to the catalog. Sure, it’s not as sentimental as Miracle on 34th Street , as endearing as Rudolph or as action-packed as Die Hard. But it does feature a magic USB drive, glitter beards and rollerblades—a combination we’re pretty sure you’ve never seen before.
It’s All About Consistency
Your visual identity—your logo, fonts, colors and overall style—is the face of your brand. It’s the first thing people notice about your company. And it’s the first thing they recall when thinking about your products. So it goes without saying that you want your identity—and the public’s perception of your brand—to be consistent. After all, you want customers and clients to have the same great experience with your company at every opportunity.
It ain’t easy making a career change at 37, and it can be especially daunting to be a 37-year-old intern in a completely new field, but coming to intern at de Novo has been spectacular. After being a high school English teacher for over a decade, I came to de Novo with a wild notion that I wanted to learn digital marketing.
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