Earlier this week, Facebook released new information from their blog about user preferences in regards to reacting with text status updates – compared to video or image status updates. While sifting through their data, Facebook came to the conclusion that text status updates from friends were of more interest to users. Users interacting with Business
Monthly Archives: January 2014
As a freelance designer or developer, it is crucial to be organized with tasks and deadlines. Staying on top of your work will speed up your projects and increase customer satisfaction. I’ve found that the best way to stay on top of my tasks is to learn the quickest ways around programs. I’ll go over
Companies often use brand redesigns as a way to reestablish themselves in their respective fields, or even to break barriers to enter a new one. Rebranding can have other side effects, such as increased media exposure and in sales. This happens all the same in sports. As the cliche goes, sport is a business, and
Sometimes you find yourself in that weird part of Youtube, wondering what decisions in your life have led you to this magical place. In many cases, you end up finding solid gold in music video form, and “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins” by the notorious Vulcan Leonard Nimoy is no exception.
It seems like not very long ago that skeuomorphism was taking over bevel intensive 3-dimensional designs. Now, and in recent years, flat user interface designs have taken over as the leading design trend. And it can’t be long until that’s replaced. Some of the aspects of flat designs may be often overlooked, and the simplicity
Running a Facebook contest is one of the best ways to engage your fans and acquire news ones, who doesn’t love getting free stuff for pushing a few buttons? The key to a successful Facebook contest is making sure you have all of the key elements that bring in new fans, get people to enter,