10 Signs You Need to Redesign Your Company Website

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When was the last time you gave your company website a serious overhaul? One, two, five years? How can a company tell if now’s the right time to change both the functionality and aesthetics of their online presence? If you’re worried that your  website design is getting left in the dust, now’s the perfect time […]

What You Need to Know About the AODA

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Imagine that you’re researching a product or service on the Internet. After hours of slugging through search engine results, you come across a listing that looks promising. Except when you click on the link, you’re crushed to discover that the website is only available in a foreign language. That’s what the web browsing experience is […]

The Andy Warhol Museum

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My personal taste in art and graphic design has always leaned towards the abstract, surreal and off-beat. From some of my favorite sci-fi and fantasy artists like Boris Vallejo and Frank Frazetta, to modern day masters like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Max Ernst, great art can create controversy while challenging conventional thinking. And no artist from the last century […]

Cult Movie Covers for Comic-Con

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If there is one event I absolutely have to attend before I die, its Comic-Con in San Diego. For a sci-fi, movie, graphic design and of course, comic book lover like me, Comic-Con is the undisputed Mecca for all cool things related to comics (no…that’s not an oxymoron). Comic-Con has morphed from a simple comic […]

IKEA Assembly Ads

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Are you the type of person that maticulously reads and follows instructions when trying to assemble that newly purchased piece of furniture or home accessory? Or do you prefer to jump right in and figure things out as you go along? I definitely fall in the first category. I’m somewhat obsessive about systems and structure, so lists and […]

A New, Creative Font: Program

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Every now and then, a new creative font makes its way into the design world and this one really caught our attention. It’s called Program. Program is a gorgeous font family with rounded edges. The typeface wasn’t built on a central theme, but each font of the family relates to each other visually despite the […]

Ad Targeters Preparing for Visual Advertising

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Facebook’s News Feed content consists of almost 50 percent images. Following this, we can assume that roughly half the pixels on the Internet are black boxes to ad targeters. This is due to the shocking realization of just how many ad targeters there actually are and just how important visual advertising has become. While keywords […]

Google Fiber Terrifies Legacy Cable Operators

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Google Fiber is making waves in Austin, TX and with good reason. Everything about Google Fiber and the way it is being marketed speaks of sophistication, speed and cutting-edge technology. It makes digital cable services look like something from the distant past, and it has traditional cable operators shaking in their boots. Google Fiber boasts […]

Investing in Cloud Storage?

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You might be one of the many people who tried out free online cloud storage services and loved it, especially the fact that you can access your files on the fly from any location. Now the question is, is it worth it to pay for a premium service? Most online cloud storage services offer at […]

Using Responsive Drop Shadows

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Responsive web design has become all the rage in web development. Back in the days of fixed-width web design, adding a responsive drop shadows to an element used to be a matter of exporting an image containing the shadow from Photoshop and placing it as a background image on the element. However, if you want […]

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