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The unLuckiest Year


  Roundtable – All Staff How Have You Been Lucky During the Past Year? (aka what are you grateful for) Jodie Who could have imagined the year we were to have one year ago? 2020 was A LOT. However, I would never wish away that year. Yes, we could’ve gone without the deadly virus and […]

Favorite Superbowl Commercials of 2021


Last week, we were all tasked with tuning into the Superbowl commercials and picking our favorite one, and include a write-up of why we chose it. Some were chosen because they were funny and others because they tugged at the heartstrings. Read about each of our staff picks from the Superbowl commercials! Kelly Alexa’s Body […]

Our 2021 Marketing Predictions


Michael DARK MODE I predict more websites and apps will have “dark modes” in the coming year – at least as an toggle option if not a full design overhaul. Dark Mode involves using white or light-colored text and foreground elements on dark backgrounds for webpages, apps, and operating systems. Everything from MacOS to Facebook […]

Things We’re Thankful for in 2020


The Gaslight team discusses what they are thankful for EVEN in 2020! During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s healthy for us to reflect. We share our thoughts and feelings about the things we are still thankful for this year. Jodie Growing up on a farm, I had family around me all the time. We worked together, […]

Our Favorite Gaslight Projects and Why


Sidne Poppy Salon Recently, we completed a website for Poppy Salon, a hair salon that we have worked with for quite a few years now. This came to my attention for several reasons. First, it was a website that really brought our team together to discuss the value that we provide to our customers and […]

The Power of Creative Risks


What’s the payoff for taking creative risks? For this week’s blog, we are going to be focusing on creative risks. All campaigns must start with the first question: what are your goals? There are times when taking creative risks will not pay off or lead to the results you want. Typically creative risks are taken […]

Advice for the Graduating Marketing Class of 2021


Kelly Cane Be flexible and open to opportunities. The job you think you want when you graduate may not be the one for you, and conversely, a position you never thought you would like could be a perfect fit. In addition, don’t get caught up with titles – they don’t mean anything! Find a way […]

Battle of The Logos


Football season starts tomorrow, so what better way to celebrate than to discuss sports. Today as we debate what went so wrong/so right with the LA Rams and Seattle Kraken logos.

Brands We Love


Kelly Cane Target Target is my favorite brand. Visually, it’s simple and recognizable and the messaging is concise and clear. And most importantly, I believe Target delivers on its brand promise “Expect More Pay Less”. As brand ambassadors, Target employees are always cheerful and helpful. I think I’m loyal because I know what to expect […]