Apple Watch Spreads its Wings.

February 26th, 2015  |  1 Comment

Here is the first round of ads that appear in Vogue’s March issue. The advertising juggernaut has begun as it prepares for the launch in April.

Here is the first round of ads that appear in Vogue’s March issue. The advertising juggernaut has begun as it prepares for the launch in April.

There will be three versions of the watch that include an 18-karat gold model, a sports watch and a ‘standard’ leather-bound edition. Take a peek!

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Animated Gifs, some Math, and a bit of Web Animation History.

September 2nd, 2014  |  No Comments

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David Whyte uses an open-source programming language called Processing to build animated gifs. What makes these gifs unique is that they are done with math, not a timeline.

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Optimize Your Digital Marketing Investment:
Start Small, Keep it Simple & Focus on Your Users.

May 30th, 2014  |  No Comments

Digital Super Hero

Anyone who’s spent time building a digital product has been there. Whether you are the company hiring a development or design team or an agency providing services to your client. There are various recurring issues that plague business relationships in the digital space. This is an unbiased look at how to avoid some of the more common problems that agencies and clients face.

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Creative Design beyond the Computer
(and no Photoshop)

December 6th, 2013  |  No Comments

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So this girl in South Korea (JeeYoung Lee) gives some new meaning to the word design. Spending weeks (or months) prepping for each new project, she transforms her small studio into a work of art.

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“Judge me by my size, do you?”
The making of an iOS App Icon.

August 9th, 2013  |  1 Comment

 

So we’ve been getting a lot of questions about what it takes to design an app icon, or any other intensive design process for that matter. I think the problem is that people will naturally look at how small something is and they quickly assume that it must be quick and easy (as Vader did) – well, we’re here to tell you that ‘quick and easy’ this is not. These shots are just a small fraction of what it took to build this icon.

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Does my website really work?
Conversion Rate Optimization (Part 1)

July 11th, 2013  |  No Comments

Conversion Rate Optimization Testing And The Implications For Your Business

In an economy that is, at best, growing VERY slowly, ensuring that every penny in your business’ marketing budget is spent in the wisest manner possible would seem a top priority. More and more, the entire global population engages in its search for goods and services on the internet. Additionally, at the same time that marketing budgets are getting tighter, consumers are branching out into using newer technologies (i.e. smartphones and tablets) and new interfaces with these technologies (i.e. social media) to conduct their searches for services, products, and information.

So, as your company has tried to keep pace with the ever-morphing marketplace, how can you be sure that you are getting the most for your money out of your website?

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Instagram for Business

June 9th, 2013  |  No Comments

One of the greatest traits in mankind is the creative ability of people to take new technologies and techniques that were designed for one thing and then use them for something else. How many things designed by NASA or the military have then become commonplace useful items in our lives? (Think VELCRO.) When Al Gore […]

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Simple, charming: our Instagram Backup App

December 21st, 2012  |  1 Comment

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Simply Delicious! – an easy way to backup your Instagram photos to Dropbox. Grambacker is her name and she’s available on iTunes. Continue reading below.

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What is 11,914 pixels tall and goes ‘Splash’?

June 11th, 2012  |  1 Comment

An ad for a Brazilian waterpark that gained some notoriety recently. Ok, so the written english isn’t up to par, but still a cool ad.

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Tailoring your mobile design

February 15th, 2012  |  1 Comment

There are a lot of questions flying around right now about what to build for mobile: For which devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, WindowsPhone)? Whether to build a native App or Mobile web App? Do you create a mobile friendly site for smartphones so people can navigate your site easily or do you just make your website mobile friendly and keep everything within 960 pixels? Do you create a responsive design using media queries that reacts to each device uniquely? Or what about custom tailoring an experience for each platform (web + smartphone + tablet)?

These are a few questions we’ll review today…

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