With the most recent updates to the site comes a full announcement of our WordPress Services. We've been doing WordPress jobs for months for those brave clients who would ask directly for WordPress, even though it wasn't officially on our services list.
One might say that for a time WordPress Design was apart of our secret menu.
Back in march, MediaMind released a video infographic study showing detailed statistics concerning the insights into the Financial Services industry by analyzing 28 billion ads.
The total spending by the Financial industry stacked up as follows with Online Advertising at the top of the list:
For the second year in a row Chris Van Deusen takes us out to eat bratwurst and drink beer out of 1/2 gallon mugs. There was a lot of crazy chicken dancing and beautiful women that looked like they just stepped off a bottle of St. Pollygirl. Thanks for the Liver damage, it was a blast.
Got to love Germans, they will find any reason to drink.
This past Friday, July 30th, a number of the pack set out at 5AM for the San Jacinto Mountain Peak.
Max, Rick, Cayley and I took Black Mountain Trail starting at 830AM and headed for the peak. 7.25 miles to the peak, the trek spanned a change of 4,500 feet in elevation. The entire 14.5 mile round trip took me 10 hours. The others made it back at different times.
Here are just a few of the photos to catalogue our epic foray into the wild.
It's been a while, but we're back and we've got some new, fresh content for you ;]
Anyways, without further ado, the Dogs of Design Widescreen Wallpaper of Summer 2010: The Towers.
It's common knowledge to everyone here at the studio that the floor might as well be my second home. Well, it was common knowledge after that party a few weeks ago, and especially after those photos from last year's Halloween party began circulating... Anyway, this week I had the opportunity to put in some QT with the underbelly of the photo cove when the crew of Groundworks piled in, ready for a shoot.
Anyone who knows this pack of crazy dogs knows we like to party. When we aren’t basking in the glow of our monitors, frantically typing out copy, or slinging paint on canvas, we like to have a little fun. What some of you may not know is that a few of us have a fancy for that certain retro flair. You know, the elegant curves of a ‘40’s Packard, the polished steel of a P-38 Lightning, and slight tease of a pin-up girl.