Celebrating Pride (Beyond Pride Month)


Pride Month may be wrapping up, but that doesn’t mean we should stop celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community. One way to do so? Watch, read, or listen to positive and honest media representations of the LGBTQIA+ community (“Netflix and diversify” your stories, if you will). Here, we’ve assembled a list of films and TV shows that share and champion the stories of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Juneteenth: An American Holiday


Juneteeth is an annual holiday that commemorates the end of slavery. On June 19, 1865—two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation—Major General Gordon Granger led Union soldiers into Galveston, Texas to free the last of nearly four million enslaved African Americans.

What We Know Is True


We’ve spent the last week as a team moving through discomfort to talk, learn, and try to figure out our place in this movement—as a group of people with the shared truth that black lives matter and unique ways of expressing that in our personal lives, and as an organization with influence that can be applied for good.

How to Recover and Thrive Through a Major Business Crisis


It can be difficult to navigate a crisis on your own, but with the proper tools, it’s possible not only to survive—but to thrive. In this blog, we rounded up some of the ways our clients have adapted to help your company adjust to the new global landscape.

Best Practices for Zoom Webinars & Virtual Conferences


We’ve leaned into virtual communication with our team via Zoom, and we’re helping many of our clients do the same. This guide is a basic orientation for anyone new to Zoom conferencing and webinars—if you’re considering hosting one for your company, keep reading for information that might make the thought a little less intimidating.

Films To Watch During Self-Isolation


We’ve always been huge fans of movies, so we’ve been catching up on some old favorites lately—specifically, films that deal with isolation. Here, we discuss three movies (and what we can learn from them) that are hitting close to home right now.

Understanding Icons that Work


Icons are important because images communicate faster and broader than language. Images are received information, meaning you need no formal education to understand their meaning.