It’s been a fantastic year for web design books. The following is a greatest hits compilation of the best titles I’ve come across over the last 12 months. I’ve deliberately chosen books that cover a wide range of aspects: UI … Continue reading
Tic-Tac-Tag (TTT) has come out with their second edition of “Wedding Wonders: Local picks from Chicago’s best wedding vendors” — Designed and developed by Jason Uzarraga. This brainchild was born after much interaction with different vendors from multiple events. “We … Continue reading
Client Mac and Cheese Fest Raymi Production Activation Tic-Tac-Tag was once again invited to participate in the 2017 Mac and Cheese Fest at the UIC Forum in Chicago, IL. Our goal again was to assist in making #MacAndCheeseChicago a trending … Continue reading
Working in the digital marketing industry for 10+ years I’ve seen and worked with a lot of different programs and platforms in eCommerce. Nothing is as seamless as Shopify.
Client Sidetrack Bar Miller Lite Activation Tic-Tac-Tag was invited to #Dragapalooza by Miller Lite to help promote and spread the word about #Dragapalooza on social media. Event Background Two nights, two stages, dozens of queens, hunky male dancers, and burlesque … Continue reading
Tic-Tac-Tag (TTT) has come out with their first edition of “Wedding Wonders: Local picks from Chicago’s best wedding vendors” — Designed and developed by Jason Uzarraga. This brainchild was born after much interaction with different vendors from multiple events. “We … Continue reading
Tic-Tac-Tag (www.tictactag.com), is proud to announce its partnership with PastBook.com. “Now you can do even more with your event hashtag” says Jessica, co-founder of Tic-Tac-Tag. Building relationships with companies that compliment each other is key to growth and networking. Our … Continue reading
Here is the new 2016 media report I received from AdAge. Thought that you guys might find it interesting—brought to you by Neustar. Its a great way to gauge where our industry is going and the direction of where a … Continue reading
Found a few great eBooks from UXPin.com. A nice summary of today’s design trends for Interaction design. This eBook in particular contains: An actionable guide that explains the techniques behind interaction design trends. 36 examples deconstructed from Uber, Dropbox, Slack, … Continue reading
Every minute, Google receives 4 million search queries. Pandora users listen to 61,141 hours of music. Facebook users share 2,460,000 pieces of content. And Apple users download 48,000 apps. Did you catch all that? Probably not, because I just rattled … Continue reading
For the past couple weeks I’ve been connecting an external keyboard to my Macbook Pro simply because the keys on the keyboard were not working – specifically the top row (E thru P). I finally got some free time and … Continue reading
I just recently had a really long discussion with my copywriter about various grammar rules – rules that you should have learned in 2nd grade. This is a great video to sum up the conversation. Check it out.
Twitter sent me an email that I thought I would share. If you’re a small or medium-sized business, watch this video to learn how to generate sales from the conversations you have with followers on Twitter.
“Simon the Ogre,” a two-minute mini-epic commercial from agency Beattie McGuinness Bungay, was popular in the U.K. earlier this year but went largely unnoticed in the U.S. before winning a silver Lion at Cannes last week.