Some Recent Work
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Before promotion begins, Rockhill will help your organization solidify what it does, and what it stands for.
Practice makes perfect. Rockhill makes sure you have the right tools, and that your employees know how to use them.
Then, and only then, can Rockhill and your organization know everyone is “singing from the same hymnbook.”
Inspired by the student who discovered a change of fonts would save the government $370 million a year, Rockhill Design announces its own cost-savings typographic algorithm. Dubbed the Font Opacity/Optional Letters algorithm, the system could save hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars by omitting certain less-essential letters.
It’s spelled “just deserts.” Not “desserts.” One “s.” Really. So why did so many smart people who saw a cover as part of the upcoming “Fix It! Grammar” textbooks think it was wrong?
Having someone design a small, simplified map for your customers makes a lot of sense for new businesses. But I’ve seen enough of these little maps to detect a pattern of small errors that creep their way in. You can fight four kinds of map mishaps by watching for these common errors.