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A Near Hit…or a Miss?

Can artificial intelligence ever really take over design and communication? Will algorithms rule the world? How much of our human work will be replaced by artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence gets close to being real — sometimes too close — but it never really completes the task.

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Our Latest Thinking

How a drawing table sparked a new way of creating communication tools.

How can we take so much content and whittle it down to a quick prospect pitch? A good cartoon synthesizes complex stories and ideas into essential images and captions.

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Our Latest Thinking

Online Headlines vs Print Headlines

Online headlines for your website and for use in social media are more descriptive since they are written to be searched. Print headlines are written to entice and tend to be shorter. Writing for digital vs. print audiences is different. Do you want to get the most out of your online headlines?

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Our Latest Thinking

Who do you want to be from now on?

Here’s how two clients used the pandemic as their reset button.

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A Near Hit…or a Miss?

A Near Hit…or a Miss?

Can artificial intelligence ever really take over design and communication? Will algorithms rule the world? How much of our human work will be replaced by artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence gets close to being real — sometimes too close — but it never really completes the task.

Read More

How a drawing table sparked a new way of creating communication tools.

How a drawing table sparked a new way of creating communication tools.

How can we take so much content and whittle it down to a quick prospect pitch? A good cartoon synthesizes complex stories and ideas into essential images and captions.

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Everyone is not your audience. Who is?

Online Headlines vs Print Headlines

Online Headlines vs Print Headlines

Online headlines for your website and for use in social media are more descriptive since they are written to be searched. Print headlines are written to entice and tend to be shorter. Writing for digital vs. print audiences is different. Do you want to get the most out of your online headlines?

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Who do you want to be from now on?

Who do you want to be from now on?

Here’s how two clients used the pandemic as their reset button.

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EdCast: CUNY TV Show Wins Two More Telly Awards

EdCast: CUNY TV Show Wins Two More Telly Awards

“We told them what our show was about and they designed solutions that fit with what EdCast means to us and to our audience,” – Dr. Linda Hirsch, host and writer, EdCast

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Examining the wealth in your content

Examining the wealth in your content

Create a rallying cry that resonates with your supporters and engages new audiences.

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Are Details a Matter for God or the Devil?

Are Details a Matter for God or the Devil?

Here’s how the details can make or break your next communication effort.

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Life after the Pandemic

Life after the Pandemic

What’s missing when we plan for our future.

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Thanks for the Clicks! Our Top 10 Videos

Thanks for the Clicks! Our Top 10 Videos

Langton Creative Group surpassed 1000 video views!

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One day at a time tips for tomorrow.

One day at a time tips for tomorrow.

Good communication strategies evolve over time. Rome wasn’t built in a day, but it did start one day at a time. Here are 7 tips to position your brand for 2021 and beyond.

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Langton Creative Group is a NY communications design firm dedicated to improving the way businesses and organizations interact with their audiences. We were founded as Langton Cherubino Group in 1990.

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Ardsley, NY 10502
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