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This is one of those articles that is much for my toolbox as to be helpful for others.
- iPhone size: 480 x 320 at 163 ppi
- iPhone retina size: 960 by 640 at 326 ppi
- iPad size: 1024 x 768 at 132 ppi
- iPad retina size: 2048 x 1536 at 264 ppi
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Remember to use “nearest neighbor” as the resample setting in Photoshop.
This work includes the photo “Measuring time,” available under a Creative Commons Attribution license, © aussiegall.
We often disucss with clients the difference between Categories and Tags in a blog post. Here is a handy reference.
You will want to set a handful of main categories on your blog, then make sure you always mark a blog post with one of those categories. Generally when you first set up your blog you can make a decision on what your categories are going to be and set them then. We haven’t added a new category in over 3 years.
You can see on our blog we use these categories:
Tags are similar to categories but are more granular, related to the article you are writing. You will want to add keywords as tags to your article.
In the Your Online Presence: Your Social Media Strategy post we wrote you can see we used the following tags:
Tags are automatically created as links and anytime you use the same tag it will connect those blog articles.
These are some tags we use often:
These are some we have only used once or twice:
- Many Sweaters
- she can spell Hors d’oeuvres without looking it up
- These Boots Were Made for Walking
- super funny group of engineers
We worked with Cook Martin Poulson on a series of apps to send out branded tax information as well as provide an easy way for their clients to submit their tax-related information.
This project includes:
|Snapshot: The many moving parts of enterprise mobilityAs we build more enterprise-mobile apps it’s good to see a reminder of where things are and where they are going.|
|Common mobile web design mistakesGreat round up of things to keep in mind when designing for mobile.|
We are excited to share the third major revision to our portfolio. When we first started out we didn’t have a lot of work to share. When we completely reworked out website at the end of 2010 we launched a new version of our portfolio and added to it as we went along. It was growing like a weed so it was time to prune and organize.
- We split our client page and portfolio pages into two pieces.
- We added new sorting and animations to the main page.
- We reworked the interior pages to have larger images.
- We added several projects that we have recently completed.
|Our first portfolio page.||Our second major portfolio redesign.|
Our new portfolio.
We have been maintaining additional portfolios on Facebook as well as Behance to keep it updated on LinkedIn. We decided that this is taking up far too much time and was one of the reasons we weren’t keeping our portfolio up to date. We opted to refresh what is on Facebook by posting the same images we have in our portfolio and to shut down the Behance side of it.