Best Practices

The Balancing Act of a Digital Life

by Rebecca Hendrickson • January 30, 2019

I’ve never been one to make New Year’s resolutions. Why? Because personally, I know there’s very little chance I’ll end up keeping them. And as it turns out, I’m not alone. While a majority of people may make New Year’s resolutions, only around 8 percent of people are successful in achieving them. But this year […]


How The Grinch Saved Your Holiday Ads

by Rebecca McTear • December 21, 2018

Bah Humbug. That sums up my feelings on the holiday season.When watching the Grinch, I can’t help but find his attitude towards Christmas to be completely relatable. If I had neighbors like the Whos in Whosville, Itoo might have considered stealing Christmas from them. The nonstop Christmas carols alone should warrant a noise complaint to […]


Professional Bio

Professional Bios: How to Make Yourself Sound Like a Boss

by Jen Cogan • December 12, 2018

Writing about yourself isn’t always easy. Nevertheless, having a clear and concise bio that represents who you are is vital in the professional world. A well-written bio can earn you respect, visibility, and showcase your strongest attributes and accomplishments. The tricky part? Keeping it interesting while also straight-forward and to the point. It’s can be […]


Turn It In On Time: What Accountability and Teamwork Mean for Company Culture

by Sarah Heine • November 16, 2018

In the spirit of transparency, this blog is a couple of weeks late. When I say late, I don’t mean in regard to any external factor, but rather, in the context of our internal editorial calendar- a document that has been thoughtfully designed and meticulously maintained by members of the TMG Team. So, it is […]


Don’t Let User Personas Scare You Away from Great Designs

by Rebecca McTear • October 29, 2018

Michael is a young man, who enjoys long walks around his hometown, Haddonfield, Illinois. When it comes to his sense of fashion, Michael likes to keep it simple with a navy-blue jumpsuit. He is a man of few words; in fact, he feels more comfortable behind a mask. Others have described Michael as a man […]