Besides being an award-winning Art Director, Robert Hazelrigg Jr. also worked for Apple Computer and Adobe Systems Inc.
Robert has also been a guest on several tech-related podcasts. He currently resides in West Long Branch with his amazing wife and three lovely daughters.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing tennis, bike riding, collecting vintage Apple computers and obscure music. He is also an avid New York Giants football fan.
Years of Professional Design Experience
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5 Branding Strategies for Small Businesses In Atlantic County To Adopt In 2020 by guest author Phil Eisenberg Whether you’re looking to start a business in Atlantic County or you already have one and you want it to grow, branding is an integral part of the process. Your brand covers basically everything there is to know about you and your business: Your name Your logo Your mission statement Your customer service Your history Your products Your social media In a nutshell, your brand is all about the experience your customers have with you, no matter on what level. Since branding is so important, let’s take a look at five branding strategies that can be used in our local area of Atlantic County. Know Your Customers Knowing your intended audience is almost a science. Depending on what your services are, you…
It’s so hard for me to believe it but it’s been TWO years since my last blog post. It’s insane how fast time goes when you are busy and boy oh boy have I been busy. In the last 2 years, I’ve built countless websites, designed dozens of logos, thousands of business cards and so so much more. I’ve also become much more active on Linkedin (with little or no results) and Instagram, again not much panning out there but at least I’m having fun, BUT enough about what I’ve been doing. How about I talk a bit about my background? Since 1988 I’ve been working in Marketing and publishing as a graphic designer and graphic artist. Yes, there is a difference. Ask me to write a post about it and maybe I will. So way back in 1988, I…