We love what we do, and we’ve got a lot to say about it.

At Glantz, we produce some beautiful work, but what we’re most proud of is the thought we put into it. Check out our blog to learn a bit about our process, strategy, and tricks of the trade.

Summer is officially here, and life’s been busy over at Glantz Design. In our “soon-as-we-get-a-chance” newsletter, you’ll find four of our recently launched projects and meet some of the newer faces on… read more →

How Glantz Stays Inspired, Floral, Abstract Image with Text Interwoven

Spring is finally here in Evanston: the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the grass is growing! As the season changes, we at Glantz started to think about… read more →

Each summer we welcome design interns to our team from schools all across the country. Our internship is not a “coffee run” gig. We offer an opportunity to get your… read more →

With this Sunday marking the 90th Academy Awards®, everyone is abuzz about Best Picture– but what about Best Poster? Our office voted for our favorites among this year’s Best Picture… read more →

Winter Olympic logos

That’s right folks, it’s that time once again. While the rest of us are just beginning to recover from our Super Bowl food comas and debating whether to cancel that… read more →

e-Blast Off! 7 Reasons Our Developers Use Email Marketing Tools

For many of our clients, email is an indispensable marketing tool. While there are many ways to reach your audience, it’s hard to beat delivering your message straight to someone’s… read more →

Google 30 Days of Gratitude, and you’ll find a slew of articles that discuss the importance of giving thanks, and how you can find and connect with this seasonal sentiment… read more →

If you follow any of our Glantz social media accounts, you may have noticed that we really like to draw on walls (they’re covered in dry erase paint, don’t worry).… read more →

How Powerpoint Could Make You Famous

2017 marks the 30th birthday of PowerPoint. What began as a program for Macintosh to format and print to transparencies has grown to ubiquity, with 95 percent market share and… read more →

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