Josh MacFarland, Director of the Tulsa Christmas Parade, unveiled the official poster at an event at the Tulsa Press Club. The poster for the 2014 parade was designed by Steve Mullen, the Creative Director at Creative State.
In recent years, Google has been running away with search engine traffic, both in the US and overseas. Averaging somewhere around 300 billion searches per day, and that will likely continue to increase.
Creative State is proud to announce the launch of the new VictoryEnergy.com. The new site is user-friendly and search engine optimized. Creative State used the latest tools and technology in the development of this innovative new website.
How many people were involved in the last redesign or upgrade of your website? If you are like most clients, you probably consulted the designer, showed a few layouts to your employees, and maybe even solicited the opinion of a spouse or friend...
For a lot of businesses, the rise of local search (the emphasis of the major search engines like Google and Yahoo, not to mention their users, to show geographic results) has been a little bit of a mixed bag. On the one hand...
Facebook had its worst downtime in 4 years. If some of the biggest organizations in the world who spend millions of dollars on designers, programmers, consultants, servers, data centers and security software can’t avoid downtime and hackers what can you do to protect your website and your company?
We've recently re-launched our Facebook page. Become one of our first 200 fans and you'll be eligible for a $50 Visa gift card.
Creative State recently launched a new website for In the Raw Sushi. In addition to website design and programming, our photographers took shots at an In the Raw location and in our studio.
The offices of Creative State were featured on This Ain't No Disco... It's Where We Work. The site describes itself as "a portfolio of the best agency interiors in the world."
At Creative State, there's no lack of opinions. We share them pretty freely around here, and that's part of what makes it a great place to work. Still, sometimes we get an opportunity to share our advice to people who really want it. Back in May, I got one such request from a student at the Art Institute of Portland.
Two Creative State sites have made the grade from a respected peer over at Inspiks. We're honored to see that we made the list for 40 Beautifully Designed Websites.
Latocki Team Creative (LTC) and Creative State, an award-winning provider of Web sites and custom Web applications, are partnering to provide custom Web solutions for Nashville corporations and the entertainment industry.
Creative State took home 3 Merits from the Graphex 40 Awards tonight, awarded by The Art Directors Club of Tulsa.
We've launched sites for some more great clients, including an up-and-coming musician, a franchise developer, a glass service company, and a local manufacturer of oil industry products.
Admire it or do it? Hobbyist or Professional? So you're considering becoming a creative. What should you do next?
Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Creative State has a long legacy of leadership in the industry. Whether you are a small local startup business or a large national corporation, Creative State can help you leverage the power of the internet to grow your business.read more