Category Archives: Corporate Culture

7 Ways to Stay Healthy and Energized at your Desk Job

Do you work in an office? If so, then you already know it can be great for your paycheck, but not as great for your health. In fact, sitting at a desk can make you lethargic and lead to weight gain and other health problems if you let it. The key to that statement, though, is “if you let it.” As it turns out, there are a number of ways you can stay healthy and active, even if your job has you sitting still from 9 to 5 (or longer). Here are a few things you can try starting today… #1 Exercise before you get to work – You’ll be … Continue reading

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How to Stay Creative and Inspired at Work

In our line of work, inspiring creativity is a must. Generating new ideas and staying motivated on a tight deadline is the lifeblood of our business, and something we spend a lot of time thinking about. Regardless of your profession, being creative and inspired is a good way to keep your edge and separate yourself from your competitors. Here are a few ways you can stay at your sharpest, mentally and emotionally: Try to take on projects you enjoy – It’s always easier to be creative when you’re having fun. So, as much as possible, take on jobs and projects you enjoy working on. Be sure to share this with … Continue reading

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Walk this way; talk this way (matey)!

We know you’re planning to celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day with some timber shivering jargon – but at Tingalls Graphic Design, we’re taking it to the next level. On Friday the 18th, before Talk Like A Pirate Day, we’re hosting a 5K Pirate Run! Avast, it’s true, and we’d love you to join us! The suiting up for the run starts at 2:00PM. Here are some tips for the Tingall’s 5K Pirate Run: Costumes You don’t have to have one, but when a crew of pirates gets going, you’ll feel kind of left out. An eye patch, bandanna or parrot will work fine. A warning about the parrot – … Continue reading

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March Spoons Update!

The coveted Spoons League Scepter - Tingalls Graphic Design

March Madness indeed! The Spoons games at Tingalls Graphic Design have reached critical mass. In a close run game, JoAnna, the January Champion reclaimed her bejeweled Spoon Scepter from upstart Alyssa. The final game was filled with tears of joy and anguish as the winners were sorted from the losers, the women from the girls.

Posted in Corporate Culture, Creativity, Spoons

Brand Re-Boot

Last week we talked about what a brand is and how your corporate culture and mission statement protect and promote that brand. In short, your brand is your promise to the world, your pitch to strangers and your company’s values. Sometimes that’s not enough to save a brand. How do you know if your brand is failing? Here are a few tips: Continue reading

Posted in Advertising, Branding, Corporate Culture

February Spoons League – The results are in!

The coveted Spoons League Scepter - Tingalls Graphic Design

The mighty upset! Epic highs and perilous lows at the Tingalls Graphic Design office last Friday as the February Spoons Championship battle was decided. Continue reading

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The Creative Hurricane – Our Logo Design Process

When you think brainstorming, you probably think of a stuffy room, some paper, a handful of people and maybe some Mountain Dew. That’s cool. Maybe it’s not your specialty. But here at Tingalls, creative is our bread and butter. Continue reading

Posted in About Tingalls, Branding, Corporate Culture, Creativity, Logo Design, Tips

The January Spoons Showdown!

The coveted Spoons League Scepter - Tingalls Graphic Design

The competition is really heating up at Tingalls Graphic Design, the national headquarters of the Tingalls Spoons League. At this point in the season, the championship is really still up in the air. There is a clear rivalry between Project Manager JoAnna, and Tingalls founder, Tara. Both are expert players with little mercy for the less experienced. Continue reading

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