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Archive for October 2010
With the holidays right around the corner if you have not begun making the necessary preparations to get your business message across you are a bit behind the eight ball. Don’t worry though because there is still some time to get going fairly quickly and start hustling to get things done. Four of the largest [...]
During my last job with a large corporation, people started to get laid off. Many fellow creatives came to me, as they had no idea what they would do if they were let go. I had come to that small city from New York and my experience was varied and impressive to those [...]
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This fall, New Yorkers will have another reason to visit Columbus Circle.
Patrick Jouin, the French super-star designer, will have his NY debut with an ambitious multimedia show at the MAD Museum.
Front and center in the exhibition entitled Patrick Jouin: Design and Gesture, will be a series of lights, hand-crafted in Venice, by Italian lighting manufacturer [...]
“Graphic design” encompasses a wide range of jobs, each one demanding certain specific skills. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, graphic designers with experience in animation and web design should have the best job opportunities. So how do you prepare for those careers?
Multimedia artists and animators need the ability to draw by hand and [...]
National Cyber Security Awareness Month is a good time to learn more about how you can use your browser’s security indicators to stay safe online. One of the most important security indicators in Google Chrome is the “omnibox,” the spot where you enter web addresses:The first thing to notice about the omnibox is that Google [...]
Editor’s Note: Today, the GNOME Foundation announced an additional $10,000 grant from Mozilla to support their important accessibility work. See the GNOME Foundation press release for full details. Included below is an excerpt from the release:
Mozilla is helping to fund improvements in the Orca screen reader. The Mozilla Project has helped to identify performance [...]
We’ve had 10 million downloads in the six weeks since we released the IE9 beta. That popularity reflects the significant improvements in browsing that IE9 brings to the web. Users can pin sites directly to the Windows task bar, and sites can program jump lists and offer notifications just as Windows applications do. The web [...]
Nobody has ever compiled even the most basic data about the salaries, titles, educational background, and so on of people who make websites—nobody, that is, but the readers of A List Apart. Other surveys compile helpful data about which software packages web designers use to do their work, and which technologies they’re keen on, but [...]
Even though this behavior is often called a "float drop" or a "drop float", the column that drops does not have to be a float…it only has to be wider than the space allocated for it. Note that this is by spec and it’s a common behavior across browsers; if a column is "too [...]