A Showcase of Flat Design Websites

Thursday, 16, May , 2013 by

Less is more. Minimalism in design has become a popular trend today especially in UI design for websites. Characterized mostly by minimalist and flat colors and icons, flat design promotes a clean user interface that is clear and easy to understand. While some people just didn’t like it, saying it is boring,  more and more

Social media facts for 2013! Social Media networks were a novelty 5 years ago and today they are no longer debated around the dinner party table. The conversation has moved on. Facebook is now part of most people’s web lives, Twitter is where a lot of people are reading the breaking news and if you

Is your mobile website responsive?

Thursday, 02, May , 2013 by

If you’ve got a website for your business or are ready for a revamp of your current site, have you looked into creating a site visitors can access on their smartphones and tablets that’s responsive? No? Not sure it’s worth it to adapt to the latest technology? I’ve got another question for you. Do you

10 Ingenious Furniture Designs Made With 3D Printing The amazing versatility and dynamism of 3D printing has captured the imagination of designers, tech enthusiasts, and tinkerers throughout the world.  In the past year, it has become the most talked about topic on the web, and its potential impact on the future of our society is

Beating Creative Block: 10 Ways to Bring Back Creativity As creative people, there are those days that our brain seems dead. No ideas coming in, run out of creative fuel while thinking of the deadliest deadlines of projects on going. Commonly known as creative block, many are faced with this kind of situation either caused

The Rules of Engagement: 3 Tips to Hook your Social Media Audience According to statistics released by Facebook last August, the website enjoys over 37,000 comments and “likes” every second. That level of interaction should be enough to prove there are a lot of people using the website, giving it the potential to be a

The boss who shows love.

Monday, 08, April , 2013 by

How do you Manage? Do you really care about the people that work with you? This article has some great insight for business leaders.. Sheep need a shepherd, and even a group of the brightest and most virtuous people needs good leadership to move the use of their talents toward a constructive goal. Books on

Marketers took advantage of April Fools’ Day to appeal to customers’ sense of humor with promotional pranks through social media. April Fools’ Day was canceled this year by the Presidential Commission on National Holidays. If you believed this nonsense — even for a fraction of a moment — that’s the main reason so many marketers

Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. If you’re into productivity, you’ll know this proverb as Parkinson’s Law. This interesting statement was made by Cyril Northcote Parkinson, the famous British historian and author, in 1955 – first appearing as the opening line in an article for The Economist and later becoming the

Ready for the Ultimate Twitter Showdown? Harlem Shake and Gangnam Style are two of the biggest topics on youtube and twitter right now.  So Ghergich and Co. decided to see who was on top. Using twitter data Ghergich and Co. analyzed and compared the first 30 days (after the launch) of The Harlem Shake &

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