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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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[17 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

The Web Marketing Association announces the launched of the 8th annual Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards. The IAC Awards are …

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[9 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

By Sally Falkow
The Proactve Report
One of the biggest trends in 2009 is the shift to real-time content online, sometimes referred to as Now Media.
And when you say real-time web or the instant news cycle, most people think of Twitter.
“The Real-Time Web is much more than Twitter,” says Richard McManus of ReadWriteWeb in a series about the top 5 web trends in 2009. “It has changed the products and strategies of almost every major Internet company in 2009.”
Twitter has been a large part of it and Twitter search has changed the …

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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.

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[3 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide is an easy to read 10 step list on how to do a podcast effectively.

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[3 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide

Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide is an easy to read 10 step list on how to do a podcast effectively.

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[12 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Mapping a Screen Name

A Heart of Stars: Mapping a Screen Name is a collection of various mappings that represent my internet persona. These mappings both revealed and excluded information about me as “aheartofstars.” In a sense, “aheartofstars” became a character deviation of me. I decided to use these mappings to dissect the character of “aheartofstars” and to represent the growth of this character; thus, I have used the metaphor of a “road trip” to describe the journey of “aheartofstars” throughout various network of practices.
Beginning the Journey
In this section, I have documented the various …

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[12 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Joe's Prezi for #IAS09

For Information Architecture, I designed a presentation using Prezi’s Zooming Presentation Maker. In Information Architecture, our class examined information in several different contexts. We first looked at how language, one of the most popular vehicles of information, is structured to help people make meaning out of what they see, hear, and read. Metaphors We Live By (1980), by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, was both influential and helpful as it laid the foundation for many of the other things we would read later. From evaluating language, we then examined how …