In software development we always try to follow rules and best practices to produce better products by minimizing code. One of the most popular mantras is the D.R.Y (Don’t Repeat Yourself) principle and states the following:
Every piece of knowledge must have a single, unambiguous, authoritative representation within a system.
Of course, it is not always easy to perfectly follow this principle. For example, this can become difficult in front-end development and, more precisely, when it comes to CSS.
In anticipation of the Wii U’s debut this holiday season, we thought we’d bring some vintage advertising flair to the cutting edge system. We hope you enjoy the nod to the age of long copy. Click on the image for a larger version.
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If you’re around Los Angeles on August 25th, you should plan to check out Echo Park Rising, a free music festival presented by 98.7fm taking place all across Echo Park from 11AM to the wee hours of the morning. In addition to the wide variety of bands playing, there will also be a ton of great art to check out and food to chow down on. More information will be announced as the festival approaches, so stay tuned for updates from their official site or social media accounts.
Whether you’re working in house or externally for an advertising agency, introducing new product offerings is vital to a company’s success. From creative strategy to logistics, I’ll give you an overview in this blog of the key factors to consider when introducing a new product into the market place.
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Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy comes to an epic conclusion this Friday, July 20th with the The Dark Knight Rises. Here are some animated GIFs from the movie to help you get ready for the excitement!