Tag Archives: collaboration

Todd Pierce  

A Creative’s Guide to Collaboration   April 30, 2019

I am sure everyone has heard the old saying “there is no I in TEAM”—and yes I can feel your eyes rolling just thinking about it. Whether the statement is dated or not, the meaning still speaks the truth. Being a designer may seem like a very independent type of work, and although many designers tend to work on their Continue Reading

     
Carlie Miller  

The Power of Project Management   December 4, 2018

Project management is something we take seriously here at BatesMeron. Behind every logo, tagline, brochure or website we create for a client is a planned series of steps to ensure that a creative project makes it into a client’s hands on time and as expected. While the work of my role as an Account Manager at BatesMeron isn’t as outwardly Continue Reading

     
Todd Pierce  

Collaboration Makes BMSD Work   May 29, 2018

Collaboration is a word that we all heard as freshmen in college. You know, being in those common rooms or classes and being told that if we all work together, we can change the world. However silly of a concept it may have seemed, one of the biggest factors that contributes to our success at BatesMeron is whether or not Continue Reading

     
Joshua P. Ferguson  

Our 2018 WeeTreat Workshop   May 15, 2018

As a gaggle of designers and word nerds, the BatesMeron team is really good at keeping its proverbial nose to the grindstone. Lately, we’ve almost been too good. With so much dedicated plugging away going on, we’ve been overdue to spend some QT with another aspect of what makes being part of the BMSD team so great: the team itself. Continue Reading

     
Leah Cho  

Brand Collaborations: Something Old, Something New   December 5, 2017

In today’s internet-driven world, we see trends come and go faster than those short-lived knee-high converse or wedged sneakers. With my own eye for fashion and family members in the industry, I follow a variety of brands for both their classic lines and special editions. Watching these brands, you notice how they are constantly strategizing new ways to grow their Continue Reading

     
BatesMeron  

Better Brainstorming   June 30, 2015

AIGA recently released some tips to help improve brainstorming sessions—and while reading the piece, I found myself agreeing with many of the points. I’ve always enjoyed the process of a good group brainstorm, but this article helped open my eyes to ways that the creative process of collaboration can be made better. The article starts by identifying several faults in the Continue Reading

     
Rachel Skybetter  

The Perks of Being Boutique   December 23, 2014

Just over a year ago, I left the bureaucracy and polictics of higher education to pursue a career in the agency world. I didn’t want to be at just any agency—I wanted to be part of a small creative team where I wouldn’t be another number handling one account. I found that, and much more, in BatesMeron. Here are five examples of the Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

6 Questions for: John Londay   December 2, 2014

We often work closest with the marketing liaisons of our client companies to help make sure the work we put out is streamlined. These people help bridge the gap between our team and the brands, often helping us nail down product particulars and appropriate messaging so we don’t mess it up. John Londay is no exception. As Marketing Leader for YETTER and Continue Reading

     
Rachel Skybetter  

Why Editors Matter   October 21, 2014

I, like most millennials, love technology. I love winning arguments by Googling an answer, paying for my parking spot via iPhone and posting endless pictures of my dog instantly. At work, I love that I can quickly refer to online style guides for assistance then send off files for approval at the speed of light. With all this excitement and innovation, Continue Reading

     
Josey Yun  

Insights From the Intern: In Reflection   August 8, 2014

Friends, I cannot believe it’s already the last day of my BatesMeron internship, but I guess it’s a good thing to feel sad about work ending! I’m leaving here knowing that I was very lucky to work here with such fantastic people. Connecting with coworkers, improving my design skills, participating in meetings and brainstorms, and being welcomed into this family-like team was such an Continue Reading