Month: June 2008

Rich User Experiences in a Text-indexed World

We find that many of our clients are looking for rich brand and user experiences typcially afforded by Flash – but also absolutely require text-based search engine optimized pages. Until search engines can reliably read and extract the semantic meaning from images and flash movies this will always ...

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Visual browsing with SearchMe and PicLens

The startup search engine with the slick coverflow user interface SearchMe yesterday launched a raft of new features. Fly-through web searching and browsing sites like SearchMe and PicLens aren’t going to replace the current click-and-load model of information foraging on the web. Google with it’s text snippets is ...

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MySpace and Sequence

While the social media arena has seen its share of contenders, MySpace remains the most heavily trafficked site on the web, and easily the largest in its class. Therefore it’s no wonder when the networking giant makes a change, people notice. Today MySpace launched improvements to its design ...

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The evolution of online graphic designers

When the web started to become a business and marketing tool that needed to look professional and eventually have a ‘wow’ factor, graphic designers were quick to respond. Their core skills around typography, color, layout and overall branding mixed with the underlying foundation of communication seemed to be ...

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Report from Buenos Aires

Just back from 10 days of recharging my batteries in Buenos Aires – eating, shopping, snapping pictures, and of course, taking in a lot of great architecture, art, and design. Part 1: Idarg — Argentinean Identity On our way to Olsen for drinks, Lea and I came across ...

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