why the ‘Big 3′ social networks: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn use blue in their branding.Has branding colour been a consideration way back when the social network giants were a germ of an idea, or was it pot luck?
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It was founded by a husband-wife partnership. While others might claim starting a business with your spouse is a bad idea, Chris Carella isn’t the type who listens to such crazy talk. Recently featured in We Are NY Tech, Chris discussed Subjot and his origin story, which is pretty riveting
We have added the Google +1 button to all our web site content. Go ahead and click it! I dare you!! So now what? What is the Google +1 button suppose to do? Is it a share button? Where's my profile? Who else can see this? and the list goes on. Let's start with official Google +1 button page and introduction to see what it's all about.
GetGlue is a unique social network that helps users discover their next favorite film, book, or other form of entertainment. GetGlue works much like StumbleUpon, but with an entertainment focus. Users can give a thumbs up or thumbs down to suggestions made by the GetGlue network. This helps determine what other items are presented. The site also monitors what the user's friends are watching or reading and factors that information in as well. Users can earn status through stickers. Stickers are essentially badges or achievements the user can earn. Some are easy to get based on the user's activities while others are a little more obscure. Some require the user to log in on certain days at certain times. The user can build their reputation through stickers and show friends what they like while discovering new entertainment media that may be their next favorite addiction.
My family has a games closet. Inside you’ll find a few decks of cards, two decades’ worth of board games and a Twister mat for those times when we’re feeling limber. Playing games is a great way for us to spend quality time with each other (and a little healthy competition never hurt anyone either).
Can you believe that the first published website is already 20 years old? Web design has come a long way since the first website was published by Tim Berners-Lee in 1991. This infographic is a peek at the evolutionary tale of web design, which is ironically still in its infant stages. Enjoy the infographic below and let your imagination wander. You might find yourself asking, “Where will web design be in the next 20 years?”