Category: Interesting Articles

Featured Artist – Discover Jersey Arts!

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

We are really excited to get some great new exposure throughout all of New Jersey! We’re honored to say that Discover Jersey Arts has announced me as their Featured Artist of he month for April.


Medal Winning Design!

Saturday, March 20th, 2010
We just received an announcement that we won an Art Director’s Award, from the Art Director’s Club of New Jersey, for our work on the Earth Wise Beverages website we designed! It won a medal in the “Web Site Design Product/Service Promotion” category! They will announce what medal it won at the annual exhibition dinner.

The work was selected from over 400 entries by the judges for the Art Directors Club of New Jersey’s 47th Annual Exhibition.

Rock Bottom Brand

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Wow, it’s really bad when your product is so bad you need to admit on national commercials and then chase down people that said it was bad to try and prove to them you changed. That’s what Domino’s has done in their latest advertisements.


Ensure your project is printed right – use a designer

Friday, February 5th, 2010

Attempting to cut costs, more and more clients are deciding to handle the printing themselves rather than going through their design company. This is very unfortunate as it’s causing printing issues such as communication confusion, loss of quality, and added costs of redoing print runs. To help you understand why print management is important, we put together a list of five reasons you should let your designers manage the printing.


Slaying the Dragon

Friday, February 5th, 2010
In the web design and development world, there are few things as maligned as the dreaded Internet Explorer 6. Originally created in the early part of the decade, almost since it’s inception it has been hated by designers. There are Facebook groups such as Uninstall IE6 Day, website initiatives, web developers who will outright not design in IE6 (or create a redirect page to encourage upgrades, and even Microsoft – the creator of Internet Explorer – has put out monetary incentives

for people to to upgrade to IE7 or IE8.

However, with around 10% marketshare (depending on who you ask) of internet users, there is still a large chunk of people that force websites to hold back on what they can do. Many people don’t even realize how much of a problem this is. Web pages don’t render properly in the aging browser, some file types will not work, many flash movies are incompatible, and – most worrisome at all – IE6 is a major security risk.

Google would like to change all that.


The Magic Touch

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
The big news in technology and user interfaces has undoubtedly been the iPad; Apple’s latest wonder device that will change the world. Furthering the success of the iPod Touch and iPhone, Apple created an enlarged device so that you could have a multi-touch with you where ever you could go.

But what if, instead of buying an single device that has multi-touch, you could add a touch display to any computing device you have? Or, better yet, anything electronic at all?