Dropbox drops New Dropbox Pro

Dropbox is the best cloud backup service, that’ve we’ve happily been using for years. First off, Dropbox just works for everyone. Dropbox Pro which is the paid version, is one of our main “toolkit” products in the studio. We love the fact that Dropbox Pro syncs our files, and backs them up to the cloud – Now with the latest upgrade, you get 1TB of space for only $10/mo!

And because price isn’t everything, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite features of Dropbox Pro. Look below, and Version History keeps backups of your actual files – this is something that Google Drive didn’t have back when we used it. File deleted on your computer, retrieve it from Dropbox Pro. The security of uploads is a must, and the Camera Upload feature? Welcome to your new photo library, also synced with the cloud, automatically from any phone, image disk, it’s actually really good! And now that Dropbox Pro is 1TB, you can store millions of photos – So do yourself a favor and buy the year for $100. Then install on every device you own!

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New York pushes for Calorie Content Labels with a Twist

Label Design with Exercise to Calorie Rating

New York is proposing a new food label campaign – that displays how much exercise you’d need to work of that many calories. Just one bottle of soda or juice can equal 50 minutes of running or other cardio to burn off the fatty calories from sugar – but what we’re interested in is the physical nature of the campaign. The design! The execution!

The campaign so far has featured posters showing a map of the 3 miles you’d have to walk to burn off 20-onces of soda – from Union Square in Manhattan to Brooklyn – In the NYC Subway System.

We love this change, as the focus on what’s in our food becomes more clear, eating healthy is also easier when the facts are presented to everyone.

Read the full article here: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=labels-that-translate-calories-into-walking-distance



New T-shirts on the way!

Custom Design T-shirtsWe now have custom shirts on order! Why is this great news? Because now it’s easy for all our customers to order custom shirts!

Our new digital press system consists of a full digital 4-color + white fabric printing on a selection of shirts. We can order Mens, Womens, and Kids shirts in short sleeve, long sleeve, and tank tops! Available in White, Black, Red, and Blue shirts in most styles, we can do orders with a minimum of just 1 shirt – 999 shirts. Sizes S-2XL, and because this is a digital system we can print high quality full color reproductions – that means you can print a photograph if you’d like.

Unlike silkscreen, our custom t-shirts feature:

  • NO setup cost
  • NO minimum order
  • NO extra charge per color.

Call for details and pricing. (949) 258-3224

Now accepting credit card payments!

Credit Card Payment for Design Services

You asked for it, we delivered! We’ve accepted PayPal payments since the start, and though you can pay via credit cards through PayPal, one of our clients noted how cumbersome this was. So we did some research, and got setup with a nice payment gateway that is entirely secure via verified SSL and extra web security. Keeping with our all-digital environmentally friendly system, our invoices are live web generated and emailed – all you have to do is click “Pay Invoice” from your email. You can quickly and easily enter your credit card information, submit payment, and receive a “thanks!” from all of us at CreativeMade™.

10 Do’s and Don’ts of Email Marketing


  1. Keep the layout simple. Reserve complex design for landing pages.
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  3. Clean up your HTML. Spammers are sloppy. Don’t be a spammer.
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