Twisted

October 7, 2015

We knew we had a lot of work to do on our 110 year old farmhouse in Freehold when we bought it, but by far the biggest project to tackle was our kitchen. There was nothing positive to say about the existing kitchen at all! I’ve spent the last year renovating it! We started planning the plannin […]

May 25, 2015

Another fantastic HOW Design Live conference, learning from the biggest names in digital design. Once again, I spent a lot of time networking with a fantastic group of designers. This was my first time in Chicago, what a beautiful city!

September 14, 2014

By Patrick Howell O’Neill
Nearly 5 million usernames and passwords appear to have been published on a Russian Bitcoin forum.
Much of the information is old and potentially out-of-date, Google representatives told Russian media, so the so-called “leak” may be more accurately described as a […]

June 1, 2014

At least once a year, the Datacolor global marketing teams, North America, Europe, and Asia, gather at our corporate headquarters for some much needed face to face time. This year, we headed to the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ to take in some fantastic works of art.

May 20, 2014

HOW Design Live is the biggest annual gathering of creative professionals, anywhere. The 2014 event, May 12 – 16 in Boston, offered the chance to explore the biggest ideas, meet design heroes, and learn from the smartest minds in the industry.
Keynotes were held by innovative thinkers like Malcolm […]

March 27, 2014

I had an interesting St. Patrick’s Day. I flew to Zurich to meet with our European marketing team for a week worth of new web initiatives planning. It was amazing to spend a week at our office in Dietlikon, spend time with our European team members, and spend some time site seeing in Zurich!

December 31, 2013

Every designer needs a solid place to work. Robin and I spend more time in the office than any other room in the house, so we decided to give ourselves a little Christmas present and redo it over my holiday vacation. It was a whirlwind project done in ten days.

November 6, 2013

By Stuart Bazga
WordPress is the most effective platform around for creating websites and is a powerful software application that is simple to set up and easy to use for the upkeep of a blog or website. WordPress websites are very simple to maintain and you don’t need to understand any type o […]

October 29, 2013

I spent last week out in San Francisco for the 2013 HTML5 Developer Conference. Attended great sessions from presenters such as Adobe, PayPal, W3C, Microsoft, HTC, and Intel. The tips and tricks I learned about Adobe Creative Cloud will be endlessly useful. I’ll be posting more on that later, […]

October 15, 2013

By Tim Bradshaw
As we are nearing the end of 2013, we are experiencing certain website design trends which would rule 2014 and the years to come. Web site design through its evolution is experiencing several trends in its wake. It has gone through simple text format to flashy designs and parallax s […]

October 10, 2013

I’m really excited to be heading to San Francisco October 20th to attend the HTML5 Developer Conference. I’ve never been to San Francisco, so it should be a blast!
What is the HTML5 Developer Conference?
The HTML5 Developer Conference has become the largest JavaScript and HTML5 developer […]

October 8, 2013

For the 11th years in a row, my family will be participating in the Making Stride Against Breast Cancer walk in Point Pleasant, NJ. In January of 2002, my mother, Anki Prachar, was diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent a mastectomy, radiation, and chemo therapy. Her strength has always been an […]

October 3, 2013

I use Chrome almost exclusively, if I’m in another browser, I’m either checking website cross browser compatibility or I’m logging into some Google product with a client’s credentials and don’t want to log out of my own stuff. That being said, this might be a useful tip […]

October 1, 2013

Back in 2011, my wife an I bought a 100 year old house in Freehold, NJ. All the major house systems were in perfect condition, it had new siding, a new roof, the house had been retrofit with ductwork and forced air HVAC. All the major things had been done. However, it did have it’s… ecce […]

September 29, 2013

When you get really busy with projects, and side projects, and even more side projects, the first thing that gets neglected is your portfolio. Something that’s easy to reflect on now, as I’m writing this blog post two and a half years after my last blog post! I started redesigning my por […]