Originally posted on MarketingProfs.com:
The 28% increase was driven by Facebook fans’ tendency to be super consumers: On average fans spend 43% more than non-fans in respective categories, despite not having higher incomes. …
I completely rebuilt the website working closely with Tonia and Rob on creating the specific look and feel they were looking for. With the incorporation of a dynamic slider, vivid colors to accentuate their lighting and classy fonts I was able to create a website they were thrilled with. Read the rest of this entry »
Enlightening course I took recently on getting the most out of the searches I enter into Google. Basically, a very good class for anyone that researches or just spends a lot of time on the PC. With my Job, I fall into the latter category.
As with all Google courses it was informative and I recommend it.
1. Update the old .html/flash code to better reflect their fresh and professional image
2. Make their website easier and more appealing to navigate
3. Remove the outdated flash components that weren’t rendering on some mobile devices (increase device compatibility)
This was a rather large project due to the large amount of content and case studies we added to the site. Read the rest of this entry »
PBS Off Book takes a look inside the colors, shapes, and typography that make up the simple communication of logos.
I came across this video that really does a good job of summarizing most of the key points if what goes into and results in a great logo. Thought i’d share it with you!
Google Drive is the new kid on the block in file syncing and cloud drive storage market. I’m hoping it will take everything good that Dropbox does and do it better, faster & cheaper. Knowing Google, they might just do that.
This will most likely be the case for Android users. I’m an iPhone user and will have to wait for a native iOS app to arrive. The following is the first steps installing and running Google Drive for the first time… Read the rest of this entry »
author: Brad Gardner
Disclaimer: This article involves removing (corrupt) files from a WordPress install. Although the method described worked for this instance there is no guarantee that it will work for you. Use only as a reference and seek professional help if you’re not comfortable with this, thanks.
Recently, a website that I Admin for was getting content “injected” through a backdoor of some sort. I was made aware of this problem two ways: Read the rest of this entry »
I am hoping to get some helpful and constructive critiques on a new icon-type logo for my business that I designed. I wanted something sharp, clean, eye-catching and easy to conform to a square area. This is the design I had when I was finished with a couple hours in PS CS5.
Please comment and let me know your thoughts or ideas to make it better, thanks!