Visible Logic Welcomes Liz Seward and Kyle Erwin

I’m excited to announce that we have two new employees here at Visible Logic! Liz Seward has joined us a marketing manager. Liz has worked with Visible Logic on several projects including Maine Startup and Create Week and the Maine Marathon, and now she will be a regular team member. Liz’s background and strengths will have her coordinating marketing activities for our clients, assisting with strategic communications for our larger clients and helped internally with project management and marketing of Visible Logic, Mail on the Mark and Branding Compass. We also welcome Kyle Erwin as a junior designer. Kyle has recently moved to Maine from Minnesota by way of Korea. Kyle will be assisting with the wide variety of design activities that take place here, including: logo design, web site design, social media graphics, infographics and more! Devon Clough has moved out of state, but she will continue to join us occasionally on projects. The addition of new staff had… Continue Reading »


Jillian Manus’ Advice: To Accelerate, You Must Communicate

I’m a big fan of the new podcast The Pitch, from Gimlet Media.

I’m fairly new to podcasts, just starting to listen to them consistently over the past several months. So I’ve found myself eagerly on the hunt for podcasts around topics I’m interested in. This Spring, I was working toward the big pitch event that I took part in as part of Maine Center for Entrepreneurial Development’s Top Gun Program.


WordCamp 2017 Takeaway: Content Matters

This year I noticed a theme in many of the sessions I attended for Word Camp Maine 2017—content, content, content. I heard the saying, “content is king” over and over. Why is content so important right now?


Before and After Web Design: Pet Care Plus

We recently redesigned the web site for Pet Care Plus a dog boarding, daycare, grooming and dog walking business.

When Pet Care Plus came to us, they had run into a common problem for business owners who are trying to direct a web design project: their web site did not reflect their brand.