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New Website Portfolio Showcases Clients in Nashville and Beyond

February 27, 2009 by

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The last couple of years have been a great opportunity for the Brady Mills Graphics team to work with all types of clients. In order to better showcase our work with these great businesses, we’ve redesigned our portfolio. With the newly formatted portfolio, users can search by client as well as by industry or services […]

How Time’s ’50 Best’ Can Make Your Site Better

July 6, 2008 by

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Time Magazine posted its list of the 50 Best Websites 2008, and as evidenced by the string of suggested sites that visitors left, there are thousands more out there that people are passionate about. Aside from some handy resources and cool features, what does the average business owner have to learn from Time’s list? Plenty. […]

template vs. custom website design

March 27, 2008 by

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Why use a custom designed website (and pay more) instead of a template for my website design? I get this question pretty frequently – and it’s a valid one. For some, templates are the answer. In the last few years, designers have made great strides creating templates that are more appealing and more functional. Templates […]

Brady and Crew are on the Scene

March 27, 2008 by

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There’s a lot of conversation that goes on in our office. Sometimes it’s heavy with coding and programming speak, other times it’s light and breezy with marketing jabber. Instead of keeping these pearls of wisdom or pondering questions to ourselves, we thought it best to get out there and share with the rest of the […]