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Back in early 2014, we were approached by a sign shop in Upstate NY to concept and create a platform for designing race graphics online. Being experienced in both the sign industry, motorsports, and web-based application development, we felt fairly confident that we would be able to produce a tool in which they could use to maximize profits not only on the down time of the off season, but also on the mad rush right before the seasons start. Read More


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When I first heard of Sketch (about 6 months ago), like others I was a bit skeptical because Photoshop has been my tool of choice since first getting into design. The more we got into user interface and mobile projects, we started to notice and log things that would be nice for Adobe to incorporate into Photoshop at some point. I’m sure my workflow and “style” is different than others’, so there were definitely things that Adobe just didn’t provide (and still don’t). Read More


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The unfortunate truth is that many designers have a somewhat elitist attitude towards design. They believe that only they can come up with good design ideas. That is simply not true. Everybody has the ability to make good design suggestions, including developers. Admittedly, a trained designer will probably be more effective at finding design solutions. But that does not mean others should not contribute. As designers, we need to swallow our pride and accept contributions from everybody. For that reason alone, we should include developers in the conversation. Read More