The new year brings new changes and challenges to any business, small or large. Now that we’re into the first few weeks of 2017, it’s likely you have thought of some New Year’s resolutions for yourself and for your business. We challenge you to nix the cliche resolutions (though there’s nothing wrong with a gym membership!) and create tangible goals. Resolutions are easily broken, but goals are achievable and provide you with something to work towards.
Exactly one year ago today, our Writer and Snack Master, Nicole Anegon Bailey joined the Peppermill Projects team. Within 365 days, the Peppermill staff has gained 10 pounds thanks to her love for morning, afternoon and early evening snacks. She’d have you believe that her strong snack game is what we love best. But in addition to delicious treats, Nicole brings fun, creativity, and the latest Twitter updates. Clients have praised her ability to find their perfect voice… not to mention her spot-on Manitowoc County accent (yeah?).
If there’s one “holiday” the Peppermill Projects team can get behind, it’s Halloween. For the obvious reason, the whole day (or week) revolves around candy and other various treats, so of course we’re all about it. However, the creative aspect of Halloween is also appealing to our little team of “creatives.” Sure, the good ol’ fashioned triangle eyed jack o’ lanterns are adorable, but it’s great to see designers, amateurs and everyone in between use their imagination to carve (or paint) into large orange gourds. We’ll be honest, we didn’t go above and beyond with our carving skills this year, but we’re pretty proud of our little Peppermill pumpkin. We’re also proud of our Halloween animation featured below, created by our intern Winnie Kuo. From all of us at Peppermill Projects, we wish you a fun and safe Halloween. And, if you want to bring us over some leftover candy on Monday, we will gladly accept. [SEE FULL POST]
Peppermill Projects is excited to announce the newest addition to our team — our fall intern, Winnie Kuo. Winnie will assist Jenn, our Creative Director with all things design. She’ll work on client websites, print collateral, logos — you name it. Winnie’s very first day consisted of rolling and tagging 100+ t-shirts for our first ever Peppermill Bingo Night. Sorry about that, Winnie! [SEE FULL POST]
On October 8th, Peppermill Projects hosted its first ever Bingo Night! We wanted to plan an event for our clients, family and friends — something a little different than your typical meet and greet or networking cocktail hour. So, we settled on a good ol’ fashioned bingo night complete with cheap beer (there was craft beer too!), boxed wine and bangin’ prizes. In just a few hours, we transformed our working office into a classic bingo hall — Peppermill style. [SEE FULL POST]
Annapolis’ top boutique branding and graphic design agency, Peppermill Projects, is hiring again! This time we’re looking for a Graphic Designer to join our team. We’re searching for an intelligent, fun typography nerd who wants to grow with us, do amazing design and share our love for in-office Friday happy hours. [SEE FULL POST]