In 2013, the most highly visible and static representation of your company is no longer your marquee or even your billboard on side of the perpetually crowded Dallas North Tollway – it’s your website. Your website is now a digital … Continue reading
The 1996 presidential race is regarded as the first election to take place during the digital age. While the candidates’ websites from 15+ years ago may not seem like much now, they set incredible precedent as the first easily accessible … Continue reading
Tuesday morning saw Twitter CEO Dick Costolo take to NBC’s airwaves to announce the latest updates to the site’s profile pages. Despite earlier changes as recently as this past February, the social network is again updating page layouts.
It’s been seven months since Mark Zuckerberg & Co. introduced the Facebook Timeline design for brands and some companies still aren’t utilizing all the opportunities the sleek layout provides them.
Log on to your Pinterest page and you’re pretty much guaranteed to see three things: an outfit, an inspirational quote over a landscape and a minimalist ad. While some effective print ads may not receive much online praise, the ads … Continue reading