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Earth Day 🌎 Can Hemp Save the World?

“I believe that hemp is going to be the fiber of choice in both the home furnishing and fashion industries” – Calvin Klein


How Cotton is killing the Earth - Cotton has become the de facto source for materials ranging from apparel, bags, sheets, towels, and pretty much most other household fabric. Approximately half of all textiles are made of cotton.

Yet, we don’t hear much about the impact cotton makes to our environment.
Here are some quick facts:

  • Cotton is the largest user of water among all agricultural commodities
  • It can take 2,700 liters to produce the cotton needed to make a single t-shirt
  • Cotton cultivation severely degrades soil quality. In the past 70 years, cotton production has depleted and degraded the soil in many areas
  • Cotton farming uses 25% of the world’s pesticides and consumes 7% of all fertilizers
  • Runoff of pesticides, fertilizers, and minerals from cotton fields contaminatesrivers, lakes, wetlands, and underground aquifers
  • These pollutants affect biodiversity and have caused species extinction throughout the world

So what can Hemp do about it? 

The Major Medical Impact of Federal Reclassification

Federal Reclassification of Marijuana Could Have Major Impact on Medical Uses

Federal authorities have announced that they are reviewing the possibility of loosening the classification of marijuana, and if this happens, it could have a far-reaching impact on how the substance is used in medical settings, experts said.

Medical experts are welcoming the review, saying it could ease restrictions for researchers, so that they can better understand which compounds in marijuana could be used to help patients.

The American Medical Association told ABC News that the group supports the review "to help facilitate scientific research and the development of cannabinoid-based medicines."

Steph Sherer, the founder of the medical marijuana advocacy group Americans for Safe Access, said changing the classification could be a "paradigm change." She pointed out there is currently only one..(Read more)

4 Pro Tips to Nail Your Web Design in 2016

Graphic And Web Design Trends 2016 – What Are the Top Ones To Look Out For?

 

1Imagery Web Design Trend: Large Background Images -Stock photos still play a major role in digital communication, whether it’s an eCommerce store, portfolio or blog. “Users pay close attention to photos and other images that contain relevant information but ignore fluffy pictures used to “jazz up” Web pages.” – Nielsen Norman Group.

2. Personal Branding Trend In WebDesign - Personal branding exists whether you focus on it or not. Your identity and your image (how you are perceived by other people) are very different. “Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room” – Jeff Bezos, Founder of Amazon

3. Mobile First Websites - Web usage patterns are changing and statistics cannot be ignored if you want to succeed in today’s market. Every third website visitor now uses a mobile device and websites that do not offer mobile optimized versions are causing an unpleasant experience and eventually losses money as users tend to abandon the website if it doesn’t render well on mobile device. “The number of people using mobile devices outstripped people on desktop computers in 2014.” – Jim Edwards, Business Insider, April 2014

4. One Page (Single Page) Web Design Trend - Scrolling is winning over clicking due to the changing web browsing patterns. As mentioned earlier, mobile device usage growth has influenced the way websites are designed nowadays. With smaller screens and super natural touch scrolling movement, people prefer to scroll around instead of clicking on the links and waiting for the content to appear.

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4 Stunning New Cannabis Designs You Just Have to See

It has been a very busy few weeks for us. With so many new and existing cannabis industry businesses using captivating visuals to attract more customers and increase their sales - we are staying fully booked. 

Now for the fun part! We love sharing our design work and getting more of you thinking about how to best engage with your audience. Check it out! 

WEBSITE LAUNCH Skyhighmoly.com  is live! 

Skyhigh Moly is a consulting business providing banking solutions to
"high risk"  industries and specializing in the Cannabis industry.  

We designed this entire site for under $1k! Let us design yours today!

Denver 420Fest Vendor Flyer

This flyer will be used to provide info and secure vendors for the Denver 420Fest Event in April. If this flyer design nabs just ONE extra vendor then it's paid for itself many times over! Just one example of how great graphics can increase your bottom line! 

Want us to make a flyer or email promo for your event?

SKYHIGH MOLY Postcard

It's always good to have hand outs, leave behinds and mailers ready to go!

Want us to make a postcard for your business?

FLIPBOOK REPORT - Green Hygienics

Digital Flipbooks are super sexy and always impressive. They combine technology with graphics that are easy on the eyes. The perfect solution for what might otherwise be considered 'boring' data. 

Digital Flipbooks are very HOT right now. View others we've done then let us make one for you!

Senator To The CDC: Look Into Medical Marijuana

Senator Elizabeth Warren asks CDC to consider legal marijuana as alternative painkiller

 

Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to consider the role legal marijuana could play in the prescription opioid epidemic.

Warren asked for more research into medical marijuana and painkiller addiction in a letter to the CDC director, Thomas Friedan“Opioid abuse is a national concern and warrants swift and immediate action,” Warren wrote.

Her request comes as politicians, including the presidential nominees, search for the best response to the opioid epidemic. The use of prescription opioids doubled between 2000 and 2014, according to the CDC. And Massachusetts experienced its highest number of unintentional opioid overdose deaths in 2014, with nearly 1,100 people succumbing to overdose deaths.

Warren applauded the CDC’s actions so far to curb the epidemic but called on the agency to look at whether medical marijuana could be an alternative painkiller. She also urged the agency to (read more)