About Josh Humble

Josh Humble is a photographer and occasional writer for TKO Graphix, and he has a passion for light, composition, and HDR photography — as well as typography and grammar. He's also a blogger, and he photographs headshots for Central Indiana businesses. Find him on Twitter, Google Plus, and LinkedIn. - See more at: http://blog.tkographix.com/author/joshhumble/#sthash.vr0HQWxw.dpuf
18 09, 2013

Featured Customer: Koorsen Fire & Security Lit Signage

By |2018-10-03T15:29:28+00:00September 18th, 2013|Featured Customers|

Koorsen Fire & Security lit signage at dusk (click image for larger view) Indianapolis based Koorsen Fire & Security is serious about protecting the community from fire and security disasters, along with loss prevention, with 20 locations in six states. Starting in 1946 as, "Indiana Fire Prevention and Service Company," founders, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stroup, [...]

14 08, 2013

Featured Customer: MS Companies of Indianapolis Panaflex Sign

By |2018-10-03T15:14:57+00:00August 14th, 2013|Featured Customers, Signs for Business|

We're happy to feature MS Companies as they celebrate 15 years of providing a qualified, trained workforce to support the manufacturing industry. They're ISO certified, and they specialize in quality support services, contract employment and warehouse logistics. While they're based in Indianapolis, MS Companies has multiple locations across the eastern half of the United States, and they [...]

5 11, 2012

Owning Your Brand: 4 Blogging Essentials

By |2012-11-05T12:41:40+00:00November 5th, 2012|Social Media & Networking|

There are so many articles out there about blogging, repeating much of the same mantras and basic content strategy. While that's great for new bloggers (and reminders for the rest), I feel more emphasis should be placed on brand unification and the value of permanence. The following tools and strategies are important for any blogger, and while [...]

2 07, 2012

I Swear, It’s All Business – Ethics of Cursing At Work

By |2018-10-17T12:12:31+00:00July 2nd, 2012|Human Resources, Sales & Marketing|

Swearing at work has become a hot topic lately. After all, the power of words can be significant, but they’re just words, right? But what about the unintended consequences of accepting coarse language as a norm — both for the office, and our vocabulary entirely? Like racial epithets, it’s not really the words themselves that [...]

7 12, 2011

Why You Should Rewrite Your Blog

By |2011-12-07T10:30:00+00:00December 7th, 2011|Small Business Matters, Social Media & Networking|

Of the elements critical to a successful blog, writing quality is among the most important. It shapes your content. Good writing isn’t noticeable and it doesn’t interfere with your message. It’s not extremely difficult, but it requires skill, and EVERYONE should write well. After all, writing and speaking skills are required for professional correspondence, as [...]