Diversity isn't merely a trendy term at Yuit; it's a core value. Our dedication extends to fostering an inclusive atmosphere where all voices are not only heard but also appreciated. Our new DEI wall has symbols that represent Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. We can help you find them if you stop by our office. Diversity: We are committed to building relationships grounded in reciprocity, mutual respect, and a deep appreciation for
There is a welcome trend in modern American business to focus on both making a profit and on making our world better. This is often referred to as being a good corporate citizen. It’s also very good business, and some of our nation’s largest corporations are routinely ranked among the world’s most ethical companies. 3M, with $35 billion in annual revenues, has been listed a most ethical company 10 years
Every year, the national design association American Institute of Graphic Design gives awards for outstanding work at its ceremony called “The Big One.” A few weeks ago, Yuit Communications received awards for 26 different projects we created throughout the year. That’s an astonishing 100% of all projects we entered. We’re thrilled to have such talented artists, writers and account-management professionals on our team, but we couldn’t do it without great subject
All great creative people are a little bit weird. I mean, would you really want to invite Vincent Van Gogh to your family dinner? The guy cut his own ear off. Anyway, point is Yuit has exceptionally creative people on our team, and they go all-out on Halloween. Every October as the leaves turn and zombies awake, Team Yuit dresses up for the spooktacular holiday and takes advantage of our
Yuit Art Directors Katherine Bell and Shauna Crawford attended this year’s AIGA Reconnect Conference in Seattle and sat near graphic design legend Paula Scher, a designer and partner at renowned international design firm Pentagram.
If you haven’t been out in the woods for the last few months, chances are you’ve seen the social media trend of colorful memes bemoaning coworkers, the state of the world and just people’s moods. They’re the brainchild of a British copywriter who created the first one in 1971 to explain to his young son what a tickle looks like. Yuit’s intern Mazzy Little Miss Magnificent Fritzel and our digital