Archive for September, 2015

Appleton Creative Blog Roundup
September 30, 2015

In Case You Blinked – September Blog Roundup

It’s time to look back and relive Appleton Creative’s best moments in September. Here’s what you may have missed: Is Google Disappearing in a Mess of Alphabet Soup? Is Google disappearing in a mess of Alphabet soup? With so many changes, how do we know what’s really going on with Google? Kids Beating Cancer Shows […]

Alphabet soup help
September 30, 2015

Is Google Disappearing in a Mess of Alphabet Soup?

With so many changes to Google lately, what’s really going on? Recent, albeit major, changes to Google come in the form of a new CEO and the diminishing role of Google+. Sundar Pichai, a name we might start hearing more of, has taken over the title of CEO from Larry Page, who is now CEO […]

kids beating cancer website
September 28, 2015

Kids Beating Cancer Shows Off a Brand New Website

Kids Beating Cancer (KBC) is dedicated to providing resources and support for children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Operating under the belief that families should only be focused on living and getting healthy, KBC has served over 8,000 children and has tested over 38,000 potential donors. To highlight its services, programs and missions, KBC […]

Get Creative Holiday Designs
September 24, 2015

‘Tis the Season to Get Creative: Dazzle Your Clients and Your Clients’ Clients with Impressive Holiday Designs

Yes, it’s that time of year again. Not time for the actual holidays, but time to start thinking about holiday messaging. If you’re looking to jazz up this year’s holiday office cards or e-blasts, you came to the right page. Make this holiday season entertaining and fascinating with Appleton Creative. Our creative experts have the […]

September 23, 2015

The Player’s Ball: Bridges of Light’s EMMIE Worthy Event

Let’s take a trip to the 12th Annual Player’s Ball, the charity event for Central Florida’s at-risk youth. The Bridges of Light Foundation holds this gala annually to raise money to fund education for children who have been abandoned, abused, neglected or who are considered at-risk. This dazzling event was held at the Waldorf Astoria […]

September 21, 2015

The Woman’s Alternative to Golf

The Spa Invitational is not your typical golf outing. This golf-themed spa day allows ladies to feel like queens while raising money for a praiseworthy cause. At this event, players go to different “holes” to enjoy spa services, wellness workshops and demonstrations. This creative event was held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando and included mini-facials, […]

September 18, 2015

One Wild Night to Remember for Appletonians and Zebra Coalition

Appletonians, along with hundreds of guests, enthusiastically celebrated Zebra Coalition’s fifth anniversary on Saturday September 12th at Zebra Wild Nights — A Walk in Barcelona, a fundraising event that was truly a night to remember. The ballroom was filled with vibrant energy and an exotic atmosphere as a fortuneteller, flamenco dancers, musicians, jugglers and live […]

users dont read they scan
September 10, 2015

Users Don’t Read, They Scan: Making Your Website Understandable and Scannable

Website users rarely read web pages word for word. As the result of a lightning-paced digital environment, scanning offers the immediate gratification that people are constantly seeking. Research shows that on the average web page, users will only read about 20% of the text. That means that your website needs to adapt and get straight […]

September 3, 2015

To CC or Not to CC — That is the Email Etiquette Question!

Email has become a major form of communication for businesses, transforming the ways in which we connect with colleagues, clients, customers, prospects and vendors. Crafting the perfect email message isn’t easy, but brushing up on proper email etiquette could be a positive change that shows people the true value of your profession, work and attitude. […]