July 22, 2014

BCG is my first job out of college, and it took me what felt like an eternity to find myself this job (okay, it wasn’t that long, but I have a flare for the dramatic). For a while post-graduation it was all about resumes, cover letters, making sure my...

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March 1, 2014

BCG Helps Shape The New Halls

Halls has selected Brockton Creative Group to partner with them to create and promote what people are already calling “the new Halls.”

by Katie Lewis

From its very beginning in 1916, Halls has been known as the place to shop for designer clothing, handbags, china and gifts in Kansas City. But as times change, Halls must evolve too, and its leaders are ready for something new. While details of the new Halls are still...

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February 1, 2014

Video Killed the Radio Star

by Andrés Rivas-Cruz

With 100 hours of video uploading to YouTube every minute, it’s kind of hard to find those diamonds in the rough. Especially those that inspire you to go out and create. I’m not talking about tutorials, speed paintings, or TED talks. O, no, no, no, my friend, I’m talking...

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January 23, 2014

True Life: I’m a Front-End Developer

by Nancy Holder

I graduated college with a degree in Graphic Design more than seven months ago, thinking I knew mostly everything that had to do with the industry. Boy, was I wrong. Starting off at a place like Brockton Creative Group was a real wake-up call for a wannabe know-it-all like...

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January 17, 2014

Let’s Talk About Lunch

by Lauren McClelland

My ode to Chipotle masked in a completely unnecessary rant about the fallacies of Freebirds.

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January 9, 2014

I Was Into 2013′s Best Album Art Before it Was Cool.

by Jacob Burghart

The best album covers of 2013 embraced contradictions. The artists who best utilized cover art used it to subvert expectations and bring attention to what makes them and their sound unique. After rifling through this year’s crop of designs, I narrowed it down to seven I really dug. Savages...

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December 13, 2013

Why We Love Westport

by Tim Shedor

A little more than a year ago we relocated to a spacious urban flat above the Broadway Roasting Company, and we couldn’t be happier. Productivity is through the roof, everybody gets their own desks, Tim has a corner office, and entry isn’t challenged by three flights of stairs. Yes, things are...

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December 6, 2013

A Gift Guide to the Creative in Your Life

by Andrea Starks-Corbin

‘Tis the season to be merry, drink copious amounts of egg nog, daydream about snow days and give gifts. While giving friends and family gifts can be a lot of fun, sometimes it is a trying experience. Do you have a friend or relative who seems to have everything?...

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November 24, 2013

Case Study: Thinking Bigger Business Media

by Lauren McClelland

Thinking Bigger. Navigating Better. A few months ago, our good friends at Thinking Bigger Business Media posed a simple question to us: could we implement a better shopping cart into their site? Known for being an organization that publishes advice articles and hosts networking events for small businesses, their mantra is...

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November 15, 2013

Why We Recommend WordPress

by Tim Shedor

Before we go any further, a word of caution: this post may become more of a love letter than a practical list of reasons why WordPress is a legitimate backbone for a website. I’ve been using it on nearly every site I’ve coded since v2.7, and though we’ve had...

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