May
11
2015

Cautionary Tales From the Candidates

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
Ah, election season. So much to entertain, and so little to take seriously. Yet even amidst the hilarity and absurdity, there are useful lessons to be found. Chief among the most obvious at this point is the very …. more >

Apr
21
2015

Sending Private Direct Messages on Twitter Just Got Easier

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by Kelly Googe Lucas, client marketing director
In a post on their blog yesterday, Twitter announced they are making it easier for users to send and receive a Direct Message (DM) on the popular platform.
Historically, if you wished to send a private DM to …. more >

Apr
13
2015

Google Gives Preference to Responsive Design

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by Kelly Lucas, client marketing director
Is your website responsive? If not, come April 21st, 2015, Google will have something to say about that. As you’re probably already aware, optimizing your sites for mobile devices, like smart phones and tablets, is a good way …. more >

Apr
6
2015

Fonts Make a Difference

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
Research proves what designers have long known: the choice of font impacts the perception and subsequent behavior of readers.
Design makes a difference. Whether it’s about the layout of the material, the colors used or the font, design choices have …. more >

Mar
13
2015

It’s “Over” Grammar – It’s About Right and Wrong

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
The ‘Garden of earthly delights: Allegory of Luxury’ by Hieronymous Bosch. Creative Commons license.
Following shamelessly on the heels of National Grammar Day on March 4th, the Associated Press’s official diction policy has been amended to allow (gasp) the …. more >

Feb
26
2015

Net Neutrality FTW!

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
The votes are in and net neutrality is now a policy protected by law. Internet junkies rejoice!
After months of worrying, what-if-ing and lobbying on both sides, the Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 to adopt net neutrality rules …. more >