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HTML Wireframes

If you’ve been anywhere near the production of a website in the past decade you have probably heard the term wireframe thrown around. If you haven’t, wireframes are one of the first iterations of a webpage, and a great initial step in showing clients basic layout and content areas of said page. A prototype concept,

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Tell the Truth

People think I’m a cynical person. They tell me I always look at the negative aspects of life and dwell on the inadequacies of the situation, the people around me, and myself. I don’t see it that way, but if enough people tell you something you have no choice but to wonder. I believe I

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Why Curiosity Worked for the Fab Four

Sitting here today and looking back on what the Beatles accomplished in just six short years, it seems as though there would have been no possible way for them to fail. They had all the perfect elements that every successful team needs: brilliant people (especially the songwriting skills of John, Paul and George), amazing talent,

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Curiosity Reading List: “A New Brand of Marketing”

I recently read a small, free, downloadable copy of A New Brand of Marketing by Scott Brinker. This publication is offered here from chiefmartec.com and talks about trends connecting marketing to technology, and the impact it has had on our industry. More importantly, it speaks to a fundamental shift in the way agencies must position

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Spotlight: Digital Project Manager Kevin Clark

1) What is your favorite meal to cook for someone else? Well I have been compared to Tom Colicchio (Top Chef, see header image) by my peers a few times; and my favorite meal to cook would have to be either grilled salmon glazed over with BBQ sauce and brown sugar, or pork chops with

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Congratulations Cincinnati Insurance!

When we heard the Boy Scouts of America was recognizing CIC for their service in the Cincinnati community, we thought it would be a great idea to call it out in a big way. So we placed a full page ad in the Business Courier. This is how it turned out!

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Spotlight: Developer Nat Hamilton

1) Tell us about your curious/wildly indecisive academic path. How did you go from a general art degree to art education to special education to graphic design and finally land on programming? I went to Southern State Community College in 2005 and got an Associates in Arts with the intent of going to Northern Kentucky

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Spotlight: Traffic Coordinator Molly Adams

  1) Tell us why you chose your major in college. When I was a senior in high school my English teacher had a friend who worked at Nike give a presentation about her job. She basically got to plan all of Nike’s corporate events. She went to the Olympics, travelled to really cool places all

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Curiosity 100: It’s Not Easy Being Green

We were curious, so we asked 100 people to talk about their perception of products that take specific steps to be more sensitive to the impact they have on the environment. We also asked how increased costs due to environmental commitments affected their purchase decisions.

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Curiosity100: Who are the Decision Makers in the Family?

We were curious as to who plays the role of decision maker in famillies today. In order to quench our curiosity, we naturally decided to ask 100 family members a few questions about their decision making patterns.