Last week saw major news sources comment on the recent discovery of the Bash bug, also known as Shellshock, which raised security concerns across the Internet. Earlier this year the Hearbleed bug was estimated to have potentially impacted nearly 2/3 of the world’s servers; Shellshock may have a much larger and widespread impact. The flaw […]
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Over the past few years many industries have been switching from paper correspondence to digital by sending out emails or text messages. The reasons for this switch are as basic as being environmentally conscious or saving money on paper to the more complex such as making it easy for their customers to do business with […]
A few weeks ago we posted a detailed article, 5 Tips for Printed Form Design; today we are sharing a visual version of that article that gets down to what you need to know about form design.
In the late 2000’s it was proclaimed that print would soon be dead due to the fact that everything was moving toward digital delivery. Magazines, newspapers, and publishers took notice as they were primarily hit by declining subscriptions and sales, while receiving an increase in web traffic. Even the world’s greatest collection of knowledge, Encyclopedia […]
On April 8th, 2014, Microsoft officially ended support for Windows XP, however, there are still many active users of the unsupported Operating System. CNET recently published an article that said Windows XP made up 26% of all desktop traffic in April; even the United States Government is still using Windows XP as news surfaced that […]