Arts & Design

How to Maximize Conversion Rates Through Web Design

When it comes to selling products or services online, getting potential customers to click through to your company website is half the battle. The other half is converting those visits into sales by getting your visitors to stick around long enough to buy something. You may not realize it, but your website’s design can go a long way toward maximizing ...

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The Brush Mouse Has Infinite Uses

The Barely There Brush Mouse by Jang Woo-seok is an interesting take on your average computer mouse. It's non-slip, super flexible, prevents hand fatigue, and has amazing airflow to keep your hands from getting all gross and clammy. It also gives you mini-hand massages when you move your palm.

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The Six Mile Pencil: Writing For The Distance

If you’ve ever been formally educated (which I assume you have, since you’re reading this article and not awaiting the next scheduled food ration air drop while you swat the flies away from your nipples. Flies love nipples,) then you are fully aware of the hours and hours and hours of time you’ve wasted scribbling useless knowledge, and wasting precious granite, using pencils ...

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A Suitcase That Weighs Itself

I don’t travel all that much. But I pretend I do often enough. Whether I’m trying to seem impressive at a social soiree or name dropping remote islands that don’t even exist on a first date, my outward portrayal of myself is quite the seasoned globe trekker. Consider this my confession for the week, Father James. I’m low on gas ...

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The Surreal Side of the iPhone 6 Plus ‘Bendgate’

While reports are floating in that the iPhone 6 Plus so-called ‘Bendgate’ isn’t the catastrophe that the media was originally assuming it to be, I ponder a simple question. What if…. this were all intentional? Bare with me for a second, dammit! Wouldn’t you take the chance to completely screw up the launch of the fastest selling phone in history for the ...

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