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As far as computers go, the vast majority of those used in households, schools, businesses and organizations around the world are running some form of Microsoft Windows. Most versions are only around for a certain amount of years before the … Continue reading
In this day and age, a lot of things that weren’t digital or “smart” now are or are about to get there. For us Americans, our payment methods might seem slightly primitive compared to the Europeans with their chipped credit … Continue reading
If you have ever had to use a Windows-based computer within the last couple of decades, then you most likely know about the three button combination that is Ctrl-Alt-Del (Control, Alt, Delete). You may have had to use that combination … Continue reading
For anyone that uses Yahoo, you may or may not have noticed something different every day you went to check your email or read the news. Yahoo has decided to change their logo, but unlike most companies or organizations, it … Continue reading
Another interesting tidbit of mobile goodness. This time, it involves China. The most populated country in the world has not only recently hit the roadways in full force with new cars, but also the internet as well. But it’s the … Continue reading
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has been going on all week, and the world is currently getting a sneak peak at the new devices that will be hitting store shelves this fall. The main buzz is set on the Xbox … Continue reading
The first website went online on April 30th, 1993. Relatively few people were probably privileged enough to even see such a thing, much less have a way to get to it. Many of the websites that came a short period … Continue reading
In this day and age, one does not simply create a website. They have to create a website to work with a plethora of different devices. One feature that hasn’t been discussed a lot is how websites will respond on … Continue reading
Usability is something that all designers and developers, no matter their background, should strive for with their product. Sometimes the simplest looking designs end up being the best at accomplishing that task. Here’s a perfect example: www.gov.uk Yes, it’s a … Continue reading