Bike-In Movie Night:
Wheelie Creative has partnered up with Northwest Artist Syndicate to throw Bike-In Movie Night every week after the Farmer's Market.
WHO: You and your bike. (Or rollerblades. Or feet.)
WHAT: Sit outside and watch a
PG-Movie. Family Friendly.
WHEN: Tuesday nights, show starts at dusk. (Probably 9pm)
WHERE: Piggyback BBQ outside.
WHY: Do you like fun? Do you like bikes? Do you like movies? Us too. That's why!
To hear us talking about Bike-In Movie Night on Big Valley Radio, click on this link and select June 19, 2014: http://www.bigvalleyradio.com/OurShows/HappyHour.aspx
By: Lisa Slagle
This is the first email in a series called NerdSpeak Explained. It's a free email series for small business owners who want to learn more about design, branding, and making their website rock.
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Ready to geek out with me for a few minutes? Here we go:
Digital Strategy: Is that even a real thing?
Yes, friends, it's as real as the internet. Whatever that means.
Seriously though, digital strategy is a term we use frequently around here, and when you work with us, you'll start using it, too.
I define graphic design as "art that people use."
It's art that can tell a story, sell a product, share an idea, or even help someone navigate a trail system without getting lost. Graphic design has the power of being useful. Otherwise it's fine art, which looks great on your office wall, but doesn't really help you grow your company.
To take it one step further, Digital Strategy is design with a plan.
By: Lisa Slagle
Lately, I have overheard people say some very random, very funny things as I walk around Whitefish. These are actual, one-liners that I overheard in passing. They're hilarious when taken out of context like this, but that is all I heard as I walked by a group of teenagers or passed someone talking on their cell phone.
I decided to turn these one-liners into a typography project called WORD ON THE STREET. Enjoy.
By: Lisa Slagle
A few weeks ago, I was drinking coffee with a friend, laughing and bullshitting on the rooftop patio of my office, when she said, "Hold on--You run a business, teach at the community college, and play outside all the time. Now you joined a gym? Seriously, do you ever sleep? How do you find time for all this?"
I chuckled and shrugged, recalling the chaos of the late nights at the office, bike crashes, and deadlines of the past few days. Then a realization hit me, and I answered, "I show up."
Wheelie Creative adopted 3 miles of The Whitefish Trail. Why? Because it is good to give back. We got the Skyles cliff section. Here are some shots from our trail day. Thanks to my clients-- Greg and Devin at Glacier Adventure Guides and Nate Hafferman from Hafferman's Handpiece Repair for coming out and doing manual labor on a Saturday morning. And thanks to Justin from Wheelie Creative for showing up in the morning with a smile and a camera. Couldn't have made it happen without you guys.
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