Lincoln Wilmoth

Graphic Designer


Lincoln grew up catching bass and building forts in a small, central Illinois town. Countless hours spent on the water and in the woods provided him with sacred adventures and nurtured a sense of belonging. He’s never felt more at home than when in the midst of these wild places. As he's grown, so have his adventures. In 2000, Lincoln started a summer job working for the retail department in Yellowstone National Park. He spent the next fourteen years there before deciding to return to school and pursue a degree in Graphic Design from Montana State University. Lincoln is excited to be part of the Prime Team and brings his clean design style and affinity towards nature along for the ride.


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Listen up: how mobile has changed your music habits

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Oct 29, 2019 12:00:00 PM

What Music Looked Like Then

Odds are if you're reading this, you grew up in a generation that wasn't just born into the online universe. From Lite Bright loving 90's babies to the Dead Heads of the '60s and everything in between, many of us are more familiar with how the musical days of yesteryear looked – And it's a heck of a lot different from now. 

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Topics: Mobile Economy, The Mobile Economy, IoT

5 Types of Content You Should Be Using to Promote Your Business

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Feb 28, 2019 10:08:00 AM

Hearing the word “content” and only thinking of words on a page is like hearing “ice cream” and only thinking of vanilla. There are so many other forms it can come in, and all are equally important for your business and delectable to your audience. You should be using many different types of content other than just words on a page to engage with them and promote your business. Each will serve you a little differently and appeal to your audience in different ways and for varying reasons. Today, we’re looking at some of your content options, how to implement them into your business, and why your audience is drawn to each. Let’s get started.

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Creating Content/ Copywriting

The Importance Of Good Website Design

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Jan 18, 2019 7:58:00 AM

In today’s world, a bad web design just can’t be ignored. The internet has been around long enough that there are a million of options out there for users, plenty of which are more than decent. There’s just too much competition a click away for you to afford having a shotty website. But to have good website design, you’ve got to know what it looks like, and sometimes more importantly, what it doesn’t look like.

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Web Design

5 Things You Are Doing That Are Sabotaging Your Website

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Nov 9, 2018 8:22:00 AM

There are lots of sure-proof ways to ruin a good website, but let’s be clear, sabotage is never, ever cool (unless you’re the Beastie Boys, obviously). Whether it’s what users see upfront when they land on your site, or something more sinister going on in the back end of things, today we’re taking a look at five of the most common things you’re doing to sabotage your website.

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Topics: Web Design, Web Analytics and Tracking

Get Inspired With These 15 Website Ideas

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Sep 20, 2016 8:31:00 AM

Websites. They seem so simple, until you actually start creating one.

If you're like me, you'll have a dozen or so ideas in mind but have no clue how to make these thoughts come together. It's a true inspiration, an art form, to develop and execute a perfect website. Whether you have one big idea for your next website, or have a bunch of little thoughts floating around, being able to visualize a great website can bring it all together.

Let's all get inspired with these 15 website ideas.

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Topics: Web Design

5 Reasons You Need to Invest in a Custom Website

Posted by Lincoln Wilmoth on Aug 23, 2016 9:17:03 AM

As a business, there are some things that are OK to skimp on. Maybe your office doesn't need to supply employees with some work necessities such as pens, notebooks, or even snacks. Your business might choose not to get certain time-saving programs like Quickbooks and still do the accounting by hand.

Depending on size and structure, your business may be able to manage cutting some corners to save money or hypothetical time. However, a custom website should be a top priority with any business. Here are 5 reasons you need to invest in a custom website.

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Topics: Web Design

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