Hummingbird Creative Group Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary!

Hummingbird CreativeCulture

Wow, how time flies! I can’t believe we’ve been building brands for companies for 15 years now. I think it’s only fitting that I use this important celebration as the excuse to begin blogging again! Here’s the story of Hummingbird Creative Group, Inc.: In 1995, I was working for a small non-profit doing event planning, graphic design and marketing, and … Read More

Why Ads Work

Hummingbird CreativeBranding & Creative

The next time that you watch a political advertisement on television, keep this in mind. Why Ads Work: Ads Attack the Senses and Win Over Viewers With More than Narrative In the annals of political campaign advertising, it stands as a legend: A young girl plucking flower petals, counting each as it falls, is interrupted by a sinister voice counting … Read More

unBELIZEable! Belize Mission Trip

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August 16-22, 2008 Reflecting over the past week, I think to myself, “Where to begin?” It was unBELIZEable! It was the best 8 days of my life – every moment of it. When the airplane touched down in Belize it was the first time I had ever stepped foot on foreign soil. Traveling on the bus the first day, I … Read More

Twitter and Blogging – Our new vocabulary

Hummingbird CreativeSocial Media

Well, after announcing the launch of h2 interactive, I decided it’s time to get up on all the new social media outlets we’ll need to know about for our clients. Of course, we’ve already been offering traditional web design & development services, as well as email blasts, search engine optimization and pay per click ad campaigns. But as I embark … Read More

Hummingbird Open House

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The ribbon cutting last night was wonderful! We had over 100 attendees – clients, vendors and friends. Everyone loved the new office – several people made me feel so good saying the space is like a Madison Avenue Studio. The Cary Chamber did a ribbon cutting for us and Don Frantz came to represent the Town of Cary – he … Read More