• This post originally appeared on Dbusiness.com.

    “Art is subjective.” Anyone who has ever taken an art class has heard these words and/or used them to justify an instructor’s less than favorable response to an assignment. True enough, art hanging in a gallery can afford (pun intended) to be appreciated by a sole discriminating patron. But when the art in question is your logo, collateral, or promotional materials, subjective is not good enough.

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  • I was reading Redbook over the weekend…yes, the actual magazine. Not the digital version. I’m a diehard fan of the hard copy. I don’t have a Nook or a Kindle. They don’t interest me. I just can’t give up that feeling of curling up with a good story and reading it from cover to literal cover.

    I came across an interesting excerpt (it’s in the March issue; I’m a bit behind on my reading!) from Ben Hassett of Conde Nast that I thought was worth sharing – mainly because I had not heard these stats before:

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