Have you seen the In and Out trend floating around the internet? I’d be surprised (and maybe jealous of your offline lifestyle) if you haven’t! Many folks online are sharing what they consider to be “in” right now as we kick off 2024 — the things that get us excited, we aspire to, and we want more of in our lives. They’re also sharing what’s “out” — the things they’re leaving behind in hopes of growth in the new year. So, here’s what’s IN and OUT for Kitestring…
Hamilton Day is a city-wide celebration, uplifting the #HamOnt community and supporting small businesses. The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce first held Hamilton Day in 1931 during the depths of the Great Depression to boost spirits and the local economy. In 2021, the Hamilton Chamber revived the event to support small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic. A great success, the Chamber has now made Hamilton Day an annual event!
The holiday season is a time to gather your community closer, celebrate together, and find moments of light. Getting festive is an opportunity for non-profits to elevate their marketing game and connect with donors, volunteers, and participants in meaningful ways.
When you work with a design agency, you’re entrusting your brand to external support that will shape your visual identity. To ensure a successful partnership, it’s essential to take time to prepare your vision and evaluate potential partner agencies.
Here’s 5 things you should consider before you reach out to a design agency with your next creative project.
Portugal has no shortage of compelling architecture, colourful tiles, and stunning landscapes. With mountains, beaches, and the ocean always nearby, it’s easy to see how a trip to Portugal would bring design inspiration to anyone who visits.
St. Matthew’s House is a place of hope that supports people in need — offering childcare services, senior support, and mental health outreach to individuals and families across Hamilton. So, of course, we jumped at the opportunity to work with them again on a rebrand of their adopt-a-family holiday program, now called Holiday Hope.
Our Loss is a community project based in Hamilton, Ontario that brings people who are grieving together outside of traditional and health-based spaces (ex. hospitals, therapy offices). The founder of Our Loss, Annie Horton, wants everyone, especially those experiencing grief, to feel community around them.
Our world is filled with urgency. Many of us are often running late or feeling like we can’t catch up. Days are busy and to-do lists are long. Customers and clients usually want things yesterday. Everything at work is urgent and it’s easier than ever to feel rushed and overwhelmed, especially when it comes to design projects.
At Kitestring, we’re dedicated to letting our...