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[9 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Over the last few years, the ISchool Movement has taken shape. And no, Steve Jobs is not in the education business, at least not yet. ISchools are at the vanguard of interdisciplinary research in the social sciences and technology. These schools are primarily focused on the study of information and its technical and social implications. One of the top ISchools in the country, the University of Michigan's, has a substantial amount of info on its site about the program. I decided to do a write-up on the site explaining why …

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[27 Mar 2009 | No Comment | ]

Wired.com has launched a sister site exclusively for the United Kingdom. Even though America and the UK speak the same language and are moving closer and closer culturally with the internet, there is still a market for UK only stories for our brothers and sister across the pond.
The design of the Wired.co.uk is still distinctly Wired, using their striking, yet simple boxy design that invokes the digital world of 0's and 1's.  The use of the complimentary blue and orange really pops for the eye and separates the UK version …

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[30 Mar 2007 | 11 Comments | ]

In our continuing series soliciting your opinions on Top Internet PR Resources, we are looking for articles on “Online Newsroom Design” or “Online Newsroom Architecture.”
Please post your suggestions here, along with a summary of the article or site and the reason you think it's a top resource. We appreciate proper attribution of sources. I have tried to enable HTML in comments now so that our URLs turn hot again;  please give it a try and let me know if you have trouble.
We're looking for articles on such subjects as:- The …

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[20 Jan 2006 | No Comment | ]

I had hoped to have IAOC’s design complete before re-emerging on the IAOC blog. But I have too much news to share that can’t wait. First, a quick update on the web and blog designs.

E-Site Marketing has done an admirable job in developing handsome and functional designs that will serve our current needs and allow for future growth. These thumbnails give a hint of what’s in store. We’re making a few minor tweaks, which will be done this month, and then the fun part comes: filling web and blog with useful …

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[9 Nov 2005 | No Comment | ]

The results are in and design comp number 3 was the clear winner. All three versions had their strong supporters, but number 3 had the most first and second place votes. IAOC member Kevin Dugan wrote, “Use comp 3 – less is more…elegant in its simplicity, encourages longer reads.” more…

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[4 Nov 2005 | One Comment | ]

Felix Laboy and E-Site Marketing have created three stunning designs for an all-new IAOC website. You may remember Laboy as the host of a travel week here at the IAOCblog…

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[7 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Web Marketing Association announces the Call For Entries for its first annual international MobileWebAward competition. This award program recognizes the individual and team achievements of Web professionals all over the world who create and maintain the best mobile Websites and the best mobile applications. The deadline for entry in the 2012 MobileWebAwards is March 30, 2012. The entry form and complete information can be found at www.mobile-webaward.org.
The MobileWebAwards will be judged on seven criteria seen as requirements for a success mobile website or mobile app. They …

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[25 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]

The Web Marketing Association is pleased to announce the call for entries for its 15th annual international WebAward competition.The deadline for entry in the 2001 WebAwards is May 27, 2011. A complete list of past winners and this year’s entry form can be found at http://www.webaward.org.

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[3 May 2010 | No Comment | ]

The Web Marketing Association's 14th annual international WebAward competition is accepting entries until May 25, 2010. The WebAwards are the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful Web site. A complete list of past winners and this year’s entry form can be found at www.webawards.org.

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[3 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]
Why Aren't Philadelphia's Architects Taking Advantage of the Web? It's a Case Where Less is Definitely Not More.

Too many architects apply Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s famous axiom Less is More to their public relations efforts – particularly when it comes to the Web. I researched AIA Philadelphia member firms' Web presence, from individual Web sites to social media. Find out what I learned.