Most of my days are split between working with clients and working with customers; both are intrinsically focused on communication and problem-solving…
- Unit Verse is where we write about:
- Organize by:
- Date Posted
- Project Launch: The Investment Center Redesign
- Project Launch: Peeper’s Eyewear Redesign
- Project Launch: Because Furman Matters Redesign
- Project Launch: IOMA’s Institute of Finance & Management
- Project Launch: Xomba Redesign
- We’re Looking for a JS Developer
- What a Nice Thank-You Card
- Meet the Staff: Ryan Rushing
- We Welcome Ryan Downie to Unit Interactive
- So Long, Nathan
- Meet the Staff: R.A. Ray
- Optimizing Your CSS for Unify’s Editor
- Students Visit Unit Interactive
- Meet the Staff: Nathan Ford
- Design Pro Lunch
- Art on Our Walls II: 28 Bicycles
- Art on Our Walls 1: Little Robots
- Meet the Staff: Angela Conlon
- Our Four-Day Work Week
- Have an Awesome Friday
- Professional Happiness
- New Office, Bare Walls
- Published: Interference
- Project Launch: Ringstats
- Mediocrity and the Innovator
- Text-Shadow and Too Much Time
- Project Launch: Tapology
- New Product from Unit: Curations
- My Morning View
- Wanna Work at Unit?
- White Labeling Unify
- SXSW Panel on Client Interactions
- User-Centric Pricing
- Your Clients Are Not Stupid
- Updated Feeds
- In Case of Design — Inject Critical Thinking
- Scoping a Project
- The Most Important Element of a Professional Designer
- On Growth
- It’s a Calling
- The New Unify Community
- So Long Frank Frazetta
- Useful Regular Expressions
- Launch: Elisa Zied.com
- The Analog Notepads of Unit Interactive
- Nathan’s Anniversary
- One-Time Licensing Fees Empower Design
- Developing for Unify – pt. II
- Outside The Office
- Beautiful Ad from Skoda
- Nice Interruption
- RFP Theatre
- Makin’ Days
- Our 2009 Annual Report
- Sewanee Environmental Institute
- We’re Saying It Again
- Projects to Kick Off 2010
- Too Wet
- The Sum of All Choices
- SnowCraft Fun!
- Risky Wallpapers
- The Invisible Artist
- Designing In, Out of, and Around the Box
- TSTC Web Curriculum Committee
- Unbagging the Crap
- Posable Peeps pt. II
- A Visit From Matt
- Flex Your Grey Matter: The Posable Persons
- New on Labs: UniTweets and Unit.licio.us
- Designing vs. Making Stuff Up
- Spreading Joy
- Fire Your Account Team
- Protect your hard drive from Dokken. Wait …huh?
- Recent Project Launches
- Social Media Participation FAIL
- Eyes on the ball, not the other team
- Developing For Unify – pt. I
- Our First Product Launch: Unify
- One Bad Ad Ruins It for All Advertisers
- Mad Men Destroyed Our Culture
- The Beauty of the Pentatonic Scale
- Finally, That Unit PNG Fix Update You’ve Been Clamoring For…
- Nearly 100 More Leads per Day
- A Great Time in Sewanee, TN
- If Only Deadlines Were This Entertaining
- Unify™ Private Beta
We are pleased to announce the redesign launch of The Investment Center (TIC) website, a broker/dealer site for investment advisors and their clients.
We’ve just launched a site for Peeper’s, a luxury eyewear seller in Dallas who has been in business for over 35 years, the longest in the area.
We are pleased to announce the redesign launch of Furman University’s “Because Furman Matters” (BFM) campaign website.
We are pleased to announce the launch of IOMA’s Institute of Finance & Management (IOFM).
We are pleased to announce the redesign launch of Xomba, an online writing and social networking community.
Yesterday the postman brought us a nice treat, as the students from Northeastern State University’s UG2 student organization sent us a very cool thank-you card!
As of yesterday, we’ve welcomed Ryan Downie to the Unit team!
Alas, our good friend and team member Nathan Ford will be leaving us next week. He was the first employee of our little agency, hired almost exactly three years ago, and the first to leave the Unit Interactive team.
At times you may want to optimize your CSS to craft specific styles which would be better suited for editing content in Unify.
I solve problems with design. I also do a lot of front and back-end development and learning and teaching and experimenting, but all of that is in the service of design…
On Friday, April 1, we were visited by about 20 design and photography students from Louisiana Tech University (Ruston, LA), Northeastern State University (Tahlequah, OK), and Texas State University (San Marcos, TX).
Every practicing professional contributes to their industry’s perception whether they intend to or not. Agencies – being conglomerates of such professionals – are looked to as even more representative of the design community…
This Wednesday, March 23 we’ll be getting together with our local peers at our 7th lunchtime get-together we’ve dubbed “Design Pro Lunch.”