Gus G. Sentementes, tech guru at The Baltimore Sun, has recently reported on the efforts of the Greater Baltimore Committee (with the help of Under Armour, Inc.) to lure Google to bring its one-gigabyte-per-second network to Charm City. We reported on Google’s announcement and Request for Proposals about six weeks ago, and our fair city […]
Wow. Whether it was the boom & bust of Buzz! (and probable resurrection), the Request For Proposal to establish a gigabit fiberoptic network (NPR news story), or the latest move for Google to purchase and resell electricity, the search giant has been inspiring tweets and blogs of all stripes the last few weeks. Our blog […]
Yesterday we saw some of the challenges, criticisms, and bawdy jokes tossed at the iPad. Today we turn to some of the reviews and ideas that could well make the iPad the kind of ‘game-changer’ that even Windows users expect of Apple.
The Challenge: Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City needed to update their website from a static one (that could only be edited by someone with deep technical and design knowledge) to a dynamic site that any approved staff member could access and edit. Our Solution: We redesigned the website from top-to-bottom: a new user-interface […]
The Challenge: How to present trends, analyses and charts in a compelling form. Our Solution: Combine persuasive copywriting, testimonials, survey data, and trend graphs in a multi-page color document. Our client used the presentation to successfully persuade the City of New York to reconsider its intention to hire non-union labor in a drive for cost-reduction. […]