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Notes from the Future Desk: January – week3


Jerrod Long

on 2/5/2016

We’ve made it to week 3 so this is a habit now, right? I’ve never believed in that but on to the point. This week each department continued a past theme. What is it they say about repeating the past?


Computer Graphics

Brainstorming for CG can be similar to browsing the toothpaste isle, who knew?

With so few creative limitations, deciding what NOT to do in CG is actually the best way to get started when brainstorming. I usually prefer as many limitations as possible because then you are forced to think about how to use less tools more creatively. It’s a lot like buying toothpaste, there really are just too many options.-JEckert



Expect and design for failure. Always.

Designing for failure is one of the most heart-wrenching but important things you have to pay attention to, especially in content design. –



First decoupled architecture, now core support for responsive images. WordPress is coming along nicely.

With the WordPress 4.4 update came support for responsive images using



We’re always looking for new ways to test, this week we added Optimizely to our tool belt.

Continuing with the A/B testing theme, Casey & I have been doing a lot of research into



Give better advice to your clients by basing decisions on facts instead of opinions.

I deeply and dearly love the



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Just this once can we not be joking and actually get a flamethrower? –

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