We spend a lot of time in front of our computers making pretty things over here at DIF and wanted to share the design love. Each month we’ll post a new calendar wallpaper to keep your computer screens stylish and organized. We’ll begin next month with June, so stay tuned to make sure you get…

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Hi Everyone, This week we want to conduct a survey to see how much time on average people spend on Facebook daily. Please take a second to answer this one question. Leave your answer as a comment on our Facebook Page, comment on this post or use the Polls feature on the right sidebar of…

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Seven years ago today, LinkedIn social networking website was launched. This makes it older than Facebook (2004), Twitter (2006) and even MySpace (2003). The company was started in December of 2002, but the website did not launch until May 5, 2003. While LinkedIn is much smaller than Facebook and other social media sites (Facebook has…

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We lost our memo to join Facebook, but no worries we found it and the┬áDIF Design Facebook Page is up and running! I know we should be ashamed of ourselves for not joining sooner and we’re sorry, but with the tweets, posts, new work being designed, looking for a new office and prepping for the…

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TransFluenci, formerly Global Link Translations, has been a client of ours for many years. During their third website redesign (second with us) they’ve received a federal contract. This is when the new idea of a completely different website look came to fruition. Fresh, clean and simple website, still offering the same complex functionality of being…

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The image above is from Apple’s home page. Clean, simple and bold message – “iPad is here.” This is a perfect example of why most people that mimic or copy websites, try to make it look just like www.apple.com. To this day, its one of the top 5 websites in my book. Dennis should be…

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I am not sure how much of this is going to be exciting for consumers out there, but this is pretty awesome for web developers. The White House official website (www.whitehouse.gov) is built on an open source platform called Drupal. Drupal, amoung other open source (another words, “free” code base platforms) such as WordPress and…

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