It happens all the time. Really, it does. You know, those times when you watch that short flash animation over and over again on a website. Or think about how many of those “how-to” videos you watch in order to use something you just bought, try a new recipe, or…
Adding user-generated content to your website is not something you’re unfamiliar with. These days, most websites have some form of user-generated material on their site, whether it be text, images, or video. But what if we took that to the next level and utilized those images provided by your clients,…
The golden rule of modern word processing: Use one space after a sentence. No, really. Unless you’re using a typewriter (which, although awesome, is arguably not terribly modern), there’s no need to insert an extra space after a sentence. At all. It was standard to use two spaces after a…
The envisionit media team is excited once again to have worked with the team at Lettuce Entertain You to design and develop their Event Book blog full of party planning ideas and tips!
We’re super excited to showcase our design of the new Viper Alley iphone app, available for free download on itunes now!
In October, President Obama declared plain writing as law, signing The Plain Writing Act of 2010 into effect. The Act defines plain writing as “writing that is clear, concise, well-organized, and follows other best practices appropriate to the subject or field and intended audience.”
In any business, inspiration can be daunting, infuriating, and elusive. Ernest Hemingway used to say that just getting started was the most difficult part of great writing. Often enough, the challenges of filling a blank page, or “the great white bull,” as he described it, makes creativity indispensable in modern business.
Jack Daniels hosts the “Gentlemen’s Night Out” event in Chicago on Thursday, April 22nd at Elate in the Hotel Felix.
Ever wish that you could actually be on Wrigley Field prior to a Chicago Cubs home game? Vote for this month’s Captain Clutch and you could win a chance to present the winning player with the award on the field!
Often the topic of heated debate, the Olympic logo and identity system is an important component of the way we perceive The Games.