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Punchkick On ‘How To Build Happiness, Not Apps’ At AMA Annual Marketing Conference

Sep 11, 2013 10:40 PM
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Punchkick co-founder and CTO, Ryan Unger, spoke at the American Marketing Association Annual Conference in New Orleans yesterday. Under the Marketing: Digital, Emerging, Mobile & SEO track, Ryan presented on a topic that is near and dear to many marketers hearts — creating successful mobile apps — but with a twist. His session, “How To Continue reading → (translate)

Boston Flex User Group meeting :: Tomorrow, January 12 :: Daniel Rinehart on AIR 2.0

Oct 2, 2013 9:33 PM
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From the announcement at “Daniel Rinehart will discuss his experiences and insights into developing for the 2.0 release of the Adobe AIR player. Daniel is known for his programming and architectural skill and his talk will be dense with worthwhile nuggets.” I can personally vouch both for Daniel’s expertise and for his ability to […] (translate)

Starling goodies round-up: Managing multiple iOS resolutions...

Sep 5, 2013 7:30 AM
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Starling goodies round-up: Managing multiple iOS resolutions with Starling Tutorial: Starling Tower Defense Starling: Performance Optimization BTicino Wiring Devices, a Starling-based customisable catalogue ( + custom juggler.advanceTime) Using multiple Starling instances in multiple native windows Starling WaveDistortEffect: [ source ] [ demo ] How to properly optimize your Starling Flash projects TouchPad class for AS3 + Starling (Rev.2) AnimSprite for Starling: a better MovieClip alternative StarlingVideoExample Flashlight filter: [ source ] [ demo ] Free alternative to TexturePacker for Starling Distance field fonts in Starling Starling-WebcamVideo Starling extension for supporting TMX maps (translate)

Friday the 13th :: The Freaky 5

Sep 13, 2013 11:34 PM
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It’s Friday the 13th, a day so synonymous with fear that some people refuse to get out of bed. It’s also time for the Friday 5 so we’re bringing you five links that are mysterious, weird, spooky, or a bit creepy. The Antikythera Mechanism The Antikythera Mechanism was one of the biggest technological mysteries for Continue reading → (translate)

The Top 15 Nearly-Free Things Every Conference Should Do for Their Speakers

Aug 3, 2013 9:18 AM
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At Punchkick, we transform our clients into leaders of the mobile marketing space, and one way that I contribute to this is by speaking regularly at conferences and events. After presenting on either mobile marketing, big data, HR, or entrepreneurship at dozens of conferences over the past several years, I wanted to share my frustrations as Continue reading → (translate)

Desktop fonts come to Typekit and Creative Cloud

Aug 8, 2013 11:29 PM
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Back in 2011, at their Adobe MAX conference, Adobe announced the idea of a new offering, dubbed "Adobe Creative Cloud". Very few people (even, dare I say, within Adobe) really had a good understanding of what that new offering was or would be. At that same conference, Adobe also announced that they had acquired Typekit.  At their 2013 MAX conference, Adobe formally presented the Creative Cloud offering. Lots has been discussed on Creative Cloud (this post is one example), and my stand has always been that Creative Cloud is a new offering that could be interesting. But that since this (translate)

My [Fleeting] Digital Life

Aug 4, 2013 11:31 AM
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Tell me if you can relate to this... The other day my dad and I were going through boxes of old photos. He actually lost a fair amount of family memorabilia in Hurricane Sandy -- but there was still plenty to go through. Many photos I've never seen, including this one of my grandfather, whom I have no memory of (he died when I was 3 years old).  There were stories shared over a long afternoon -- stories I'd never heard before. The photos and the stories they told were especially meaningful because they weren't MY past experiences, they were (translate)

A Typography Documentary

Aug 8, 2013 9:29 PM
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I remember spending hours (and precious allowance $$) looking through and buying Letraset rub-down sheets. My first [paying] job was as a typesetter. I used to have a sign on my wall that read "Whoever dies with the most fonts wins" I despised those $25 "font explosion" CDs when I was a young designer -- knowing they were filled with cheap knockoff low-quality fonts, yet I still secretly wished I had such a large collection of fonts to choose from. I remember having meetings with our creative director specifically to discuss what paper and fonts we were going to use (translate)

PixelPyros digital fireworks – tour funded!

Aug 12, 2013 9:32 AM
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Thanks to your amazing response to my request for help finding venues, we’re really excited to announce that the PixelPyros tour is now definitely happening – we have 10 dates in 5 UK cities across two months starting at the … There's more → (translate)

Haxe 3.0& HaxeAswing Sources

Aug 6, 2013 9:20 AM
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update released flash only Source SkinBuilder Test (translate)

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