Posts in the Category: Fun

Magazines are not dead

By Posted in - Fun & Graphic Design on May 7th, 2012 0 Comments

I love the feeling of paper in my hands. I always have and I always will. My wife has begged me to rid our bookshelves of my favorite paper swatch books that I’ve I acquired …

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Livin' on the Edge

By Posted in - Fun & Graphic Design & Web Development on April 11th, 2012 0 Comments

The introduction of tablets and smartphones have created a need for web-based animation that goes way beyond the capabilities of the old stand-by that is Flash. Because of that, Flash has been experiencing a very long and somewhat …

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Serif / Sans

By Posted in - Fun & Graphic Design on December 13th, 2011 0 Comments

Graphic designer, Julien Mercier, created a typeface that combines both serif and san serif font details to create a really interesting and elegant approach to typography. It’s called Otsuki-Sama and …

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JLB

By Posted in - Fun & Social Networking on September 25th, 2011 0 Comments

Here at JLB we encourage all of our clients to keep Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and blogs fresh with new content. To keep our own blog up to date we have a little schedule to make …

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Why Classic Disney Still Does it for Me

By Posted in - Fun on July 28th, 2011 0 Comments

When you’re still as excited about the classic Disney Animated Features at 28 as you were when you were a toddler, you tend to want to qualify it. Otherwise, people start to wonder.

The newly opened …

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Cold Summer Treats

By Posted in - Fun on July 14th, 2011 0 Comments

It’s been too hot to bake these days, so we’ve made popsicles instead. If you need a way to cool off this summer, give one (or more) of these a try!

80’s Tang Pops
These remind me …

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Franklin Theatre's Trial Run

By Posted in - Fun on June 6th, 2011 0 Comments

The Franklin Theatre officially kicked off this past weekend with a VIP variety show for local donors followed by an inaugural showing of “Gone With the Wind.” Main street was blocked …

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