Lots of talk all over the net about the iPad3 this week, so I’ve refrained from posting about that. However, we do have non-destructive photoshop techniques, multi-channel funnels, and the final death of SEO (yeah right).
- Create section goes to Smashing this week with two articles of theirs. First off, writing unit tests for WordPress,
- Next, and more up my alley: non-destructive Photoshop techniques. For the non-Photoshop geeks out there, these are tricks for creating effects without overwriting pixels.
- Google is making one of those changes that makes me go a big sad face. They’re defaulting https search across all country specific search. *sigh* My glorious keywords…
- Pintrest is all the rage these days, so I figured I should put at least one Pinterest post on here right now. 8 Practices for Food Brands on Pinterest.
- Google has updated multi-channel funnels, and discusses these changes in Better insights with Multi-Channel Funnels.
- Avinash is, of course, back. This time he’s talking about big data. Best part of the article? “So what is big data really? No one quite knows.”
- Usability Counts discusses a key flaw of Google+: the idea that users are “using it incorrectly”. It’s a short article but it sums up an important point: when you claim your users are “using it wrong” you’ve failed.
- Much like the OAMM, US Matters has a post on assessing Information Architecture Maturity.
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