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WordPress as We Know it is Changing

…Are you ready for it?   The launch of WordPress 5.0 means big changes in website editing, formatting and styling are coming. Now, with the new Gutenberg WordPress Editor, users can enjoy a more flexible editing experience that entails content/media blocks, which offers more opportunities for a media-rich experience on landing pages and blogs. There…

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7 Mobile Design Enhancers

Far too often, design is emphasized and well thought out when it comes to user experience on desktops and laptops, but ignored for mobile user experience. With 85 percent of smartphone users browsing the Internet on their mobile devices, mobile design cannot be overlooked (Adestra).   Following are the top seven ways to enhance your…

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Setting Yourself Up for Email Success – State of Email Report Recap

The annual State of Email Report by Litmus is out with insight into the changes and trends of email marketing. Here are the key points: Stay in the know. From new devices to update device settings, there are always changes to make to ensure your email marketing strategies are working well and effectively. iOS 10…

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I Survived New York and All I Got Were These Beautiful Photos

It’s been a few years since I’ve traveled to New York, and I’ve never visited with the primary intention of capturing the city’s beauty. This time around, that was my intent. In my past visits to New York City, my focus was food, drink and—let’s be honest—party! This time around, the vibe was very different. Some…

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Mopdog breaks out of the box.

The change in web design is being driven by varying screen sizes, with people accessing the Internet from a range of devices. Next year, researchers predict more people will use mobile devices instead of personal computers to go online—meaning the design for company websites has to evolve and adapt to be displayed on all types of platforms. In the past, designers were painted into a corner with rigid placement of website navigation and structure. Now, pages on the Internet are spreading across the screen with more fluid movement. This means the dimensions can be resized from a widescreen personal computer monitor to long, vertical mobile tablets to tiny cellphone screens.

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Our favorite Halloween treats and horrible candy tricks

It is that time of year when adults behave like children, playing dress up or make believe…and consuming pounds of candy in the course of 31 days. The Halloween season allows most adults to remember—if only for on brief sugar-rushed, fake blood-spurting moment—to reminisce on being a kid. Our Top Dog, Bill Musial’s favorite Halloween…

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Designing the Car of My Dreams

Ever since I was 15 years old, I’ve been really interested in all types of car racing, except NASCAR. I like sports car racing, rally racing, the Endurance series, Formula 1 and most racing that’s not stock car. Out of all those passions, I travel the most to watch Endurance sports car races. A lot of…

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A Halloween costume contest…The Mopdog way!

For the past week, our dog pack has been busy designing costumes. But not the kind you wear to go trick or treating. Instead, we have been dressing up, and at times dressing down, our furry mascot, Moppy. Perhaps the most zany costume came from our top dog, Bill Musial, who reimagined Moppy as Mr.…

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