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Sep 06, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

I often forget how ugly the internet actually is

I often forget how ugly the internet actually is
After my short-lived adventure with the ugly internet, I was very happy to return to my normal browser and my ad-free internet. I really had forgotten how ugly it is - it’s sad really. it doesn’t have to be this way. But until things change, thank you AdBlock. »

Jul 12, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

A few excellent TED videos

A few excellent TED videos
I've done previous posts inspired by TED and embedded their videos. So when I stumbled upon a blog by HubSpot that collected a few marketing related videos, I was inspired to do another.  »

May 24, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

Facebook, Twitter, or Google+?

Facebook, Twitter, or Google+?
Isolation is counter to the founding principals of the internet - where content leans towards being open and free. Fortunately, it appears the initial fascination and love affair with social may be waning. Not that social will disappear - but my gut tells me that eventually the information locked up in each will dribble out. »

May 16, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

Get your site working on mobile damn it!

Get your site working on mobile damn it!
Stop abusing your mobile visitors. It’s 2013. If your site isn’t mobile-compatible - get the hell off the internet.  »

Feb 15, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

Personal name domains - i.e. controlling your own brand

Personal name domains - i.e. controlling your own brand
In today’s socially connected digital world - one of the things young people should be controlling and cultivating is their own personal brand. Sadly, many twenty-somethings will learn the lesson too late; after having loaded Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or other outlets with typical teenage and college hi-jinks. Once something is placed online, it’s virtually eternal. Yes, you can attempt to scrub and purge things - but they’ll have a funny way of popping up again and again. »

Feb 07, 2013 | William Levins | 0 Comments

visual.ly for infographics

visual.ly for infographics
Distilling complicated or big data down into understandable chunks is a valuable ability. Crafting an easy-to-understand visual from the same is an extraordinary ability. It takes a unique skill set to create infographics that communicate and effect the desired result. »

Feb 05, 2013 | Casey Vitale | 0 Comments

Solar Printing

Solar Printing
Ok so this is totally not practical yet today but as a person who has been moved personally by the recent movement into renewable energies I stumbled upon this and couldn’t help but want to share and wonder. What in the world has taken us so long to get on the bus? I am absolutely amazed that the concern for the use of fossil fuels dates back to the 1860s!!! And in over 100 years we have only just started to really take solar serious.  »

Jan 28, 2013 | Casey Vitale | 1 Comments

Letterpress Can Make an Impression

Letterpress Can Make an Impression
Letterpress is a form of printing that was used beginning in the mid 15th century and remained pretty much unchanged until the advent of offset printing. It was pretty much “how it was done” before offset was invented. »

Dec 23, 2012 | William Levins | 0 Comments

2013 the year the web truly goes mobile

2013 the year the web truly goes mobile
If you’re a business that’s launching or redesigning a website in 2013 - make sure you’re focusing on mobile. More and more of your uses will interact with you via their smartphones, tablets, or what ever’s next.  »

Dec 17, 2012 | Casey Vitale | 2 Comments

Print Design vs. Digital Design

Print Design vs. Digital Design
The digital age has caused many in our industry to question whether print is dying, even questioning whether there will be a need for it in a few years. I’ve heard the arguments about print dying or not dying and for the most part I believe that there will always be a desire for print. Digital technologies are changing our industry and will remain a focus in the future but the need and desire for print will still exist for many years to come. »

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