The Accessible Icon Project

Do you ever think about the overt message a sign or icon might convey to an audience?  Even the style of a logo might be interpreted in a way you did not intend. Or worse still, it may reveal subconscious assumptions you didn’t even know you had. There is a grassroots movement to update a […]

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Smart Phone Subsidies Coming to an End for All?

Earlier this year T-Mobile announced they would be doing away with smart phone subsidies while also getting rid of those long pesky contracts. Instead, to help with the high cost of smart phones they basically give you a small loan that you pay back each month to pay for the phone. Interesting idea, but not […]

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What Parts of the Country and World Use Which Smartphone?

This was a very interesting website that I came across. http://www.mapbox.com/labs/twitter-gnip/brands/#4/38.69/-94.61 By taking the geo location of tweets from Twitter and then taking the information of what mobile device was used to send it…and then map it. From a zoomed out view, in the US it looks like Apple is dominant, but zooming in on […]

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Website Archives

Remember those amazing websites from years past? Those huge blocks of bright blue or green backgrounds, blue links, animated GIFs, Times New Roman font, and just all around ugliness. It’s neat to look back in time and see some of those websites that at one time were state-of-the-art sites and today we laugh at how […]

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Online Surveys

How many of you have used an online survey program like Survey Monkey? If you haven’t, you should and here is why. It’s hard to get genuine feedback sometimes from clients. Of course we all have those clients that tell it how it is, exactly, and right away. But most would rather not have conflict […]

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