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Tag Archives: Web design

What content (and #content) means

Content is a commodity. Or, rather, #content is a commodity. Yeah, we knew that. #Content is everywhere. Your brand needs #content. Panic! Old news. Sure, you can blame Internet piracy—the fact that just about any piece of information you could be looking for is accessible at the click of a button—and free, at that. Old […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Social Sharing Is Accelerating, Twitter Line Art, SFW Pornhub Ads

In today’s Roundup, we’re noting that the pace of social sharing seems to be accelerating, sharing some fun resources for Twitter line art, wondering what you think of the hamburger menu (which we didn’t know was what that was called), and, finally, sharing relatively SFW nominations for Pornhub ads. Stuff you should know: the half-life […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook Versus YouTube Curation

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking about what Facebook News Feed changes mean to publishers, and how it compares to YouTube, brands experimenting on Jelly, the case against navigation bars in your web design, and a deep, deep, deep philosophical question about the future of  newspapers. Why Facebook’s News Feed changes are bad for users. The […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Instabrands, Snow Fail, Bot Problems, Don’t Mix Social Media and Water

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup includes stats on brands’ growing use of Instagram, a contrarian look at the increasingly popular “snow fall”-style of web design, 15 ways website publishers lost self-respect in 2013 (hold your nose if you’re a strong defender of clickbait), and the sad/hilarious story of a woman walking right off a pier because she […]