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The best designs of 2016

The Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of the Year 2016 honours the best talent from around the world in architecture, digital, graphics, products, fashion and transport. This year’s Beazley Designs of the Year winners demonstrate that design can transcend the superficial to become an innovative, thought-provoking force for good and progress. It …
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An introduction to Google Trends… and turkeys

In case you’re not already familiar with Google Trends, it’s a free nifty tool that quickly and easily measures the popularity of search terms for practically anything. If it’s been searched enough to be statistically relevant, you can measure it on Google Trends. You don’t need special skills or training to use …
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Step-by-Step Guide to the Website Development Process

Our clients find it helpful to learn the web development process we follow when working on their websites. It helps them plan and anticipate what they need to provide us in terms of content, research information and business strategy. It also helps them figure out in advance the resources and time they need …
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Design Matters

I remember a time when an entire industry did nothing but produce type. Typesetters were professionals. The headlines they set were perfect. Their kerning (letter spacing) was meticulous. It was an exacting profession and it mattered. The last thing an art director wanted was a poorly-kerned headline that screamed mediocre …
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Just released: Academic Matters’ newest issue on contract faculty

Hot off the press is the latest issue of the higher-education journal, Academic Matters. This issue takes a sobering look at contract employment in Ontario, Australia and British universities. Cover illustration, editorial design and layout by Neglia Design. The issue is also available on their website which was also produced by Neglia Design. Check …
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