How to Get Your Design and Remodeling Business Noticed on Instagram

Posted by Shannon Winning

With an eye for design and a steady stream of likable images, architects, remodelers and home builders have emerged as strong players on Instagram, using the platform to drive traffic to their websites and create a buzz where they live and work.

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Topics: social media tricks, digital marketing, social media, Instagram, Design

Atlanta’s SmithHönig Is High Point Market Bound (and so are we!)

Posted by Jennifer Smiga

High Point Market isn’t just the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world. It’s where serious retail home buyers, interior designers, architects, bloggers, thought-leaders and trend-setters gather to discover innovative new products hitting the market. And color-us-ecstatic to announce that our client, Atlanta-based home decor and textile company SmithHönig, is bringing their vision of global nomad glam to market for the first time.

The ultraviolet team will be right there, providing on-site support and quickly opening bottles of Prosecco (an important skill to have for this particular event).

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Topics: digital marketing, Design, Color inspiration

How to Max Out Client Happiness with Partnerships Built on Great Food and Good Design

Posted by Shannon Winning

It’s a good day when you can bring your favorite clients together for lunch. It’s an even better day when they’re the ones making the farm-to-table eats and the marble countertop where it's served. Good eats + good design = happiness all around.

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Topics: Design, Architecture

Interior Designers, Bloggers Get Honest About Tech at #WNWN

Posted by Julia Zapcic

 

So, what do some of the most hard-charging, passionate, successful interior designers really think about social media tools and how tech impacts their business?

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Topics: social PR, social media, Tech, Design, Brand ambassadors, interior design

Adaptive Reuse Matters to Design (Even in the Suburbs)

Posted by Jennifer Smiga

Bell Works Big Bang Cafe is open to the public. 

Spring marks one year since our digital marketing agency moved into Bell Works, the mid-century icon built by architect/designer Eero Saarinen in 1957. The former home of Bell Labs is being reimagined as a 2 million square-foot live, work, play space welcoming big business, entrepreneurs and the public. Let’s just say we’re surrounded by good company and innovation in Holmdel, NJ.  

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Topics: Design, Adaptive reuse, Architecture, Business in New Jersey