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Competitor Analysis and Digital Marketing

Competitor Analysis and Digital Marketing

11 January 2021

Since the days of Edison and Tesla (and probably well before their notorious rivalry), savvy business people have understood the value in watching their competitors to see what works for them.

Combating COVID-19 with Code

Combating COVID-19 with Code

04 January 2021

Google and Apple joined forces to develop an API that allows contact tracing apps to be more effective, but it hasn’t been embraced by public health officials or end users. Why?

This Holiday Season is Different, But We’re Adapting

This Holiday Season is Different, But We’re Adapting

15 December 2020

Our holiday celebrations are certainly taking a different shape because of COVID-19, but thanks to our communications infrastructure and technology, the sense of camaraderie isn’t significantly diminished.

The Almost-End of Internet Explorer

The Almost-End of Internet Explorer

25 November 2020

Microsoft is finally closing the book on Internet Explorer. Sort of. But is the original titan of web browsing going away, or taking on a different form?

Thanksgiving is the Cutting Edge Holiday

Thanksgiving is the Cutting Edge Holiday

20 November 2020

When we think of things we associate with Thanksgiving, cutting edge technologies probably don’t make the list. However, there have been a few noteworthy instances where either the holiday has influenced innovation or innovation has influenced the holiday!

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Advertising Revenue

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Advertising Revenue

09 November 2020

Buy rates are down across all platforms, though non-digital channels like television, radio, and print have been hit especially hard. And the implications of that trend are potentially far-reaching.

When Security and Convenience are at Odds: Google Chrome Edition

When Security and Convenience are at Odds: Google Chrome Edition

02 November 2020

Google has implemented a controversial feature in the latest version of Chrome that prevents users from downloading some files.

Artificial Intelligence is Shockingly Good at Horror

Artificial Intelligence is Shockingly Good at Horror

26 October 2020

Whether it’s intentional or not, artificial intelligence is especially skilled at crafting stories and artwork good for scares.

Web Design for Visually Impaired Users

Web Design for Visually Impaired Users

12 October 2020

Designing and building websites that are accessible to visually impaired users and are ADA-compliant can present a significant challenge for web development professionals.

The Tricky Business of Redesigning Mascots

The Tricky Business of Redesigning Mascots

10 August 2020

A recognizable mascot—one that becomes part of the cultural language of the target of the audience—is undoubtedly a boon for any business or organization. But the most successful mascots are the ones that outlive the eras in which they were created, and that sort of longevity means updates and design overhauls are inevitable.

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