Category Archives: Design

14 Jun

Your Data Needs a Facelift, and Design Can Help

I’ve never been a numbers person. I know folks who are, and I respect and admire them. I groan at the thought of dealing with taxes (I know I’m not alone here) and I still have nightmares about being in high school math class. Luckily, Rasor is the perfect mixture of right-brained and left-brained gurus, […]

31 May

Map Design Tips to Clearly Communicate Your Improvement Project

A well-designed project map is a beautiful thing – it can help explain a project and reinforce your brand. When you’re using maps to help communicate your project to the public, you want to make sure they’re uncluttered, clearly branded and clearly labeled. Below are a few examples of maps the Rasor Public Involvement Team […]

18 Jan

How to Speak Designer-ese

By Abby Brown, Creative Associate  If you work in an environment that puts you anywhere near a designer, you might notice that we have our own language. The words “Helvetica,” “PMS,” “InDesign” and “kerning” make perfect sense to your designer colleagues, but might leave you scratching your head. Familiarizing yourself with some basic design lingo […]

17 Aug

Design Do’s and Don’ts

By Abby Brown, Creative Associate As the Creative Associate at Rasor, I handle all things design-related. I work with some wonderful and creative marketers who all place value on design, as do many other professionals in the marketing world. Marketing and design are intertwined, whether you want to admit it or not. Need some convincing? […]