CramerSweeney Announces Name Change to “izzia Design”

By |November 16th, 2012|

New Name Reflects Breadth of Company’s Digital Design Expertise in the Corporate Communications and Corporate Training Industries.
MOORESTOWN, N.J., Nov., 16, 2012 CramerSweeney, a New Jersey-based provider of corporate communications services today announced that it has changed its name to ‘izzia Design’ ( effective immediately.

In 1990, CramerSweeney entered a crowded Philadelphia Metro-market as a boutique ad agency specializing in the real estate market. “Doing what’s best for the client is a deeply rooted part of our corporate culture, serving us well for over two decades, said Sean M. Sweeney, Founder/CEO. “It not only defines how we interact with clients, but has […]

E-Learning Trends

By |November 9th, 2012|

With ever-changing technologies, new techniques and new strategies continuously surfacing, e-learning and training are consistently growing and are full of new possibilities and potential for organizations.

As new developments for e-learning quickly move forward, they promise some very exciting capabilities for online training and information exchange. Many organizations are implementing a few key trends for their training programs that provide a popular topic of discussion in the e-learning community: mobile apps, gamification, social collaboration and bite-size e-learning. 

Mobile Applications 

Mobile is everywhere. Literally. The devices that are with us at all times are the talk of the town. It seems every industry wants […]

The Brand: You.

By |November 7th, 2012|

Big companies understand the importance of brands. Today, in the Age of the Individual, you have to be your own brand. Here’s what it takes to be the CEO of Me Inc.

It’s a new brand world.

That cross-trainer you’re wearing — one look at the distinctive swoosh on the side tells everyone who’s got you branded. That coffee travel mug you’re carrying — ah, you’re a Starbucks woman! Your T-shirt with the distinctive Champion “C” on the sleeve, the blue jeans with the prominent Levi’s rivets, the watch with the hey-this-certifies-I-made-it icon on the face, your fountain pen with the maker’s […]

Social Media Explained

By |November 6th, 2012|


Sometimes humor is better than a long, exhaustive article about the cross-cutting implications of social media. The originator of this simplified explanation is Doug Ray from Three Ships Media.