Why You Should Never Buy A New Website Again

This is going to be a rant. Not a week goes by that I don’t have companies asking me how much we charge for a new website. The question itself raises an ugly red flag that typically means that it’s a waste of time for me to pursue them as a client. Why? Because they’re looking at a website as a static project that has a start and an endpoint. It’s not… it’s a medium

Stirista Powers Its New Identity Graph with Real-Time Data

Consumers make purchases at an online store from your home computer, visit a product page at another site on a tablet, use a smartphone to post about it on social media and then go out and physically buy a related product at the nearby shopping center. Every one of these encounters helps to develop a complete user profile, but they are all different slices of information, portraying separate selves. Unless they are integrated, they remain

Camera IQ: Utilize Augmented Reality (AR) To Create Virtual Product Try-Ons

Camera IQ, a no-code design platform for Augmented Reality (AR), has launched Virtual Try-On Composer, a state-of-the-art design tool that makes it quick and easy for brands in beauty, entertainment, retail, and other sectors to build innovative AR-based Virtual Try-On experiences. The new solution re-imagines AR commerce by enabling brands to digitize their products with true-to-life accuracy and realism while adding an array of branded elements and unique flourishes that engage and inspire consumers through

How to Use Font Awesome in Illustrator and other Applications

My son needed a business card for his DJ and music production business (yes, he’s almost got his Ph.D. in Math). To save space when displaying all of his social channels on his business card, we wanted to provide a clean list using the icons for each service. Rather than purchasing each of the logos or a collection from a stock photo site, we used Font Awesome. Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can