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For the past decade our holiday campaigns have focused on giving back to the community; DonorsChoose.org allows us to do that by donating essential art supplies to classrooms in need in the metro Detroit area. As a creative organization, we believe that the tools to be creative are necessary for children to express themselves and hone their skills.This is our third year working with DonorsChoose.org. You can learn more about DonorsChoose.org here.

While we believe our company is only as strong as our people, the same philosophy is true for our community. Whether it's helping to build a home for a family that lost everything or simply giving children supplies they need to color and draw, we believe in giving back to those who may need a helping hand. And we have a lot of fun while we're doing it.Here’s a look back at our charitable holiday campaigns from the past 10 years. 2005 HOLIDAY PACKAGE: HABITAT FOR HUMANITYThe year 2005 found parts of the world ravaged by earthquakes, tornadoes and mudslides. We

Premier Communications Group has won four awards from Graphic Design USA (GDUSA), three Davey Awards, two Communicator Awards, and one Gold Ink Award in recent industry competitions. Here’s a breakdown:GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards Just fewer than 10,000 entries are submitted to GDUSA for judging; only 15% make the cut. Cases of agencies winning multiple awards are rare.Some of the GDUSA awards include our 2014 Holiday Campaign, branding for Cypress Partners and the Buick 2015 NAIAS Press Kit.Davey Awards Our Buick power bank packaging won a gold Davey Award. Silver awards went to both the Corvette Lapel Pin Package and Buick 2015

Websites containing Flash player leave users vulnerable to malware Both Google and Mozilla have now blocked the Adobe Flash plug-in on their respective Chrome and Firefox browsers, resulting from cyberattacks that allow hackers to take over anyone’s computer. Instead of seeing videos or slideshows, visitors to Flash-driven websites will now be greeted with “SECURITY WARNING.”Flash’s origins are rooted in the PC era—a time when it was the only game in town to consume multimedia web content. This doesn’t translate very well into the mobile era, which emphasizes longer battery life, responsive web design and touch interfaces—all areas in which Flash fails to