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We received a call for help the other day to help get a Twitter and Facebook account unlinked.
It took us 20 minutes to figure it out (made all the more infuriating because you KNOW it should be easy). If you found this article via search I bet you can relate.
What created this unholy alliance?
You probably did something like this to link the two accounts: Add Twitter to Facebook
Remove Twitter from Facebook
- On the top navigation bar go to Account > Privacy Settings
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- Go to Apps & Websites in the bottom left and click Edit your settings
- You should see the offending app in the list – click Edit Settings
- Choose Remove App
This is old news by now, but it still deserves a shout out on the blog! We helped Amanda update her blog to match the rest of her website. She has a website template that works really well for her so we just designed the blog to match it as closely as possible.
Amanda is our photographer of record and we can’t wait to shoot a new project with her (we’ve got at least two in mind coming up!)
We are going to run a new series—this will kick off with an “All Purpose Design Critique” and then for the next several weeks we’ll show you how to apply those principles by showing some before and after work.
We have three pieces already—one from a box we picked up in the store, one for a client and one for a friend—but we need a few more.
So here it is, get some Sawaya Consulting design work done for FREE! The rules are:
- Simple one-page only stuff, please.
- Can be anything – webpage, flyer, poster, sales sheet, etc — as long as you provide text content.
- Send us your content – you can just send it in an email or do a layout in Word (hell, send a PowerPoint!). You can also send us something you have been using already that you want cleaned up / refreshed.
- We get to make all the design decisions, no reviews / no approvals / no changes (ok, maybe a minor change if you really need it).
- You will get a PDF in return and the full copyright to do as you wish with the finished piece (although you must adhere to any stock photo licensing, we’ll spell that out for you).
- We will only pick a few more pieces to do, so please understand if we can’t do everyone’s work — first come first serve.
- These will publish over the summer, you may need to wait for your piece, or you may get lucky and get it right back to use before your article publishes, please let us know if you have a deadline you’d like met and we’ll do our best to comply.
- This is open to anyone, friends, family, strangers, tweeps, and on and on.
Interested? Jump on the bandwagon and email me (or leave a comment below) to state your intent. You can follow up with content in a day or two (but get on it, if you wait too long I’ll give your spot away).
Simple Steps to Balance and Health
Wednesday, May 25 at 1:00 p.m
Age Performance – 2670 S. 2000 E. Suite 205
This lecture will feature Claudia Wilson, MS, RD, CSSD, CD. Claudia is a Registered Dietitian, certified in the state of Utah, and a Board Certified Specialists in Sports Nutrition. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health from West Chester University in Pennsylvania and her Master’s Degree in Nutrition from the University of Utah with an emphasis in Sports Nutrition and Eating Disorders.
We redesigned and launched the Philliou Partners website in three days. This was a project where speed was of the essence, our client had recently split from his partner and was looking to be quick on the uptake to reorganize his company and go after new business. In the span of a few days he had a new logo, a new website and updated content based on his old site.
We were also able to bring two of his other outreach efforts, a site called Payments Deep Dive and his blog under the new website with minimal time and cost.