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Sprint is a globally recognized telecommunications company. We develop and deliver cutting-edge technology that makes our customers’ lives easier. Sprint is at the forefront of integrating long distance, local and wireless communications services, and one of the largest carriers of Internet traffic.
GDUSA magazine recently named three active InSource members – who volunteer their time and talents serving on the InSource Board of Directors – as “People To Watch in 2008.” They are recognized by GDUSA as “creative, talented, successful, newsworthy, and influential” individuals “who embody the spirit of the creative community.”
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by Justin Knecht Learn more at http://www.designinnovation.ie/blog/index.php/2008/02/day-in-the-life/
Before 1984, graphic design could boast that it was a discipline, something valuable in the hands of a competent designer. Then came desktop publishing and the graphic design brand started it’s gradual decline. Today anyone with a computer and a few hundred dollars in software believe themselves to be proficient in the execution of graphic design.
Today will mark the first time that Tide has appeared in a Super Bowl commercial. This is a little surprising, given that Super Bowl ads are practically synonymous with mass brands and the Procter & Gamble detergent is about as mass as it gets.
Read this article by Meredith McCain who provides helpful tips and insights to keep your life sane and make your job easier.
Meredith McCain has over five years experience in working for Fortune 50 Companies such as Procter & Gamble and the Coca-Cola Company as a Global Design Manager.
Two new-but-different ways to aggregate your online life – social networks, email, photos, blogs – make it easier than ever to obsess over your relationship with your computer. One is a web browser called Flock. The other is a web service called Fuser. Does using one, the other (or both) make you a loser? Or, more accurately… a Fluser?