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February 2014

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Managing Your Content: Starting a Calendar

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Back a billion years ago, when corporate blogging was new, there weren’t a whole lot of  best practices as it related to managing content. We found a lot of the stories from corporate bloggers, many of whom became their companies’ social media go-to people, were the same: Fire up the browser, pick a topic, write….

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Being “Platform Agnostic”

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When starting a web design project do you already know which tools you want to use? Do you already know which Content Management System (CMS) your company will select? Have you already made the decision that your going to use this widget and that plugin, among other things? If you have, you may be doing…

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A Look Back at 2013 with our Year in Review

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2013 was a big year for us, so we wanted to commemorate it while also marking the beginning of a new year. So, we did something new and put together our first ever “Year in Review” in the style of an annual report. While we create annual reports for our clients, we’ve never compiled one for…

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What is this a photo of? An introduction to Jelly

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I’m going to admit it. When I first heard about Jelly, I thought it sounded like the stupidest idea ever. Jelly is an app that lets users take pictures, then ask their Twitter and Facebook networks about the picture.  I envisioned endless questions about nothing – sort of like a mobile app version of Seinfeld….

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Our Intentional Design Philosophy

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We’ve talked about what graphic design is, we’ve looked at why your business may need graphic design. Now, we look at our design philosophy, which we call Intentional Design.   Our Intentional Design Philosophy   At Iridian Group, we believe that good design shouldn’t be an afterthought. It should be one of the first things…

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Super Bowl Shuffle

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  Everyone has an opinion on Super Bowl commercials, even those of us who secretly watch the Puppy Bowl and screen the Super Bowl commercials on YouTube in the morning. Here’s what we thought: Kim – “Although not the funniest or the most touching, I thought the Bud Light series with the “Ian Up for…

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