Autumn is the season of transition and symbolic for a time of self reflection. As the final leaves fall to the ground and winter turns, our activity also transforms to dormancy. This is a great time for introversion and contemplation in preparation for the renewal that Spring brings.
Design inspiration can come from anything such as a song, a picture, a vision, a smell, a touch, or a sentiment. When deliberately seeking inspiration for an active project, I often do not find it. Nevertheless, it’s fun to search, gather, build color schemes, moods and tones for future designs or imagery.
Google would like everything accessed on the web to use a secure connection. In the future, the Chrome browser will mark websites without a valid SSL certificate installed by displaying a red X over a padlock in the URL. The goal is for everyone to abandon HTTP for HTTPS.
The popular approach to content marketing is to consistently put out trending content, promote it and watch your SEO reap the benefits. The idea is that consistency and trending content alone will increase user engagement and click through. For many marketers that has not been the case. In a recent study led by HubSpot of 700 online marketers, 67 percent were planning to increase their content marketing efforts in 2017 and 72 percent of those marketers rated their current content-led marketing activity as “limited, basic or inconsistent”. So, why is content-led marketing failing and what is the solution?
At S2P Studio, one of our primary goals is being environmentally responsible. Media production can leave a heavy ecological footprint. Consequently, to reduce that impact, 80% of our workstations are Energy Star Rated and we have also joined the LED lighting revolution.
If you use Firefox as your default web browser, you might be wondering what’s up with that pesky plugin warning you’ve been receiving lately. Or, maybe you’re really tired of constantly updating an outdated plugin. The digital media community has been talking about it for a while now and it finally looks like the end of flash is approaching. Read more in the CNN Money Article…