Build a Responsive Site in a Week (Parts 1 and 2)

I noted a few things I liked within both articles. Part 1  http://www.netmagazine.com/tutorials/build-responsive-site-week-designing-responsively-part-1 “Mobilify design game: This exercise can work really well during collaborative design workshops. In this exercise, everyone writes down on Post-it notes the elements that may appear on a certain page. These are then stuck to the wall in order of importance, […]

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“The Humble Origins of the HTML Blink Tag”

Ah, my favorite stupid HTML tag. http://gizmodo.com/5903827/the-humble-origins-of-the-html-blink-tag

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TurboTax and Social Sharing

I was using TurboTax online yesterday and, along the way, got this little “invitation to share” as part of a summary screen. I found it interesting that this appears after all the data-entry and calculating is complete but before returns are actually filed. And that it’s getting all its social traction on Facebook versus Twitter. […]

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Josh Clark: “Nielsen is Wrong on Mobile”

Nielsen says we should strip things out of mobile sites, and Josh Clark thinks that’s backwards. Josh says: “We should start with the ideal that all platforms are equal and that all content should be available in a way that is formatted appropriately for whatever device the consumer uses.” And:  ”Mobile isn’t less. In fact, I […]

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How Easter Eggs Can Beef Up Your Marketing

Having just discussed an idea sort of like this for a client, and on heels of the NYT page Christian posted, this article caught my eye. It includes tons of examples of website/app easter eggs: http://www.getelastic.com/how-easter-eggs-can-beef-up-your-marketing/ Love the Zappos one!

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Case of the Mondays?

Smile, suckaz! http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/13-simple-steps-to-get-you-through-a-rough-day

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