At Tingalls Graphic Design, we work really hard. Taking ideas from our clients’ minds and turning them into a visual reality is challenging at times. We work just as hard to keep our creative work fresh and innovative. To do this, we embrace some non-traditional methods. Spoons By now, if you’re a client or a fan, you’ve heard about our Spoons competitions. We value the importance of working with a clear mind and sometimes a little game of competitive Spoons at the pub table in our office does the trick. Work Environment Tara Ingalls, the owner and creative director of Tingalls Graphic Design has taken major steps to make sure […]
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.
Tingalls Graphic Design is super-excited to be the first agency in Madison to offer to latest in branding trends – The Rock.
It’s not your Spidey-Sense tingling, you’re feeling Project Success. It’s what we at Tingalls Graphic Design call “The Awesome Index.” At Tingalls we deal with awesome all day, so we’re not willy-nilly with the term Project Success. It’s a direct result of our creative 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.
I recently stumbled upon an article at Inc.com called 6 Surprising Ways to Become More Creative. It got me thinking about how the creative process is affected by internal and external influences. One thing the article suggests is that exhaustion is a catalyst to creativity. But does exhaustion really get your creative juices flowing? Or is the research behind this statement all fluff? According to the article, optimal productivity is attained when you’re most awake and alert. Morning people do best at dawn, while night owls do better after the sun goes down. “But when it comes to creativity, you should just throw this conventional wisdom out the window.” Research […]