Who knew? Here are the answers to last week's BarkerBlue Mystery Graphic from 9/27/18.
Construction software firm PlanGrid and management consulting firm FMI Corp. recently completed a joint study of nearly 600 construction company executives on their project communications and technology use. The PlanGrid-FMI study reported the following insights on..
Can you guess the name of the business and the city location where this BarkerBlue Mystery Graphic appears? Fill in the blanks below for each, then submit your answers in the Blog Comments on this page. See our next Thursday's October 4th blog for the correct..
It's not often that you get a chance to see a trailblazing state-of-the-art medical facility in the making, but BarkerBlue had the privilege to do just that. Two teams of BarkerBlue employees recently were treated to a tour of the New Stanford Hospital construction..
Can You Guess this BarkerBlue Mystery Graphic?
This cool saxophonist visual appears in San Francisco at this address _________________.
The graphics display is made of _____________________ (choose one of the following materials).
a) Bendable Neon Lights
"Amazon promises to build a $5B second headquarters to host 50,000 high-paying tech employees with a median income of $100K in the city that offers the most alluring incentives — but once you take in a tech powerhouse like Amazon, the construction boom won’t stop..
"The next generation of consumers is already influencing the next phase of real estate. Generation Z has been defined as anyone who is born after 1996. The eldest Gen Zers are now 22, coming into adulthood and beginning to have purchasing power...Welcome to..
“There are three responses to a piece of design – Yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.”
--- Milton Glaser, Graphic Designer, creator of I Love NY, and I Love NY More Than Ever graphics. (99designs)
Even if you don't remember the iconic first graphic..
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