Adobe Max 2015

It was a very inspiring conference, learned a lot and experienced a ton.

Experience as much of the conference as you can be watching it online:
The keynotes were the huge general assembly sessions, and were the most impressive to me, especially the first day’s “Create with Impact” keynotes.  Many of the Breakout Sessions that followed will be worth checking out too.
Enjoy!

The QT Quart lives on!

Things come and go all the time, but every once in a while they stick around—like this very sharp QT Quart Fountain Drink!

View of QT Quart Fountain Drink Koolee cup full of xacto blades, taped up sides, but still works.

Sure, the Big Q is the hot stuff right now, but don’t forget the path its predecessor, the classic QT Quart Koolee, paved to make that possible!

View of QT Quart Fountain Drink Koolee cup full of xacto blades, super heavy!

This very sharp QT Quart lives on, making itself useful in other ways! How’s your QT live on?

Don’t mind the tape, this classic Koolee serves us just as great now as it did with the first cold gulp.

What color is this dress?

A Lesson in Accessibility – Vision can vary greatly:  So this picture of a dress went viral, I looked at it after trying to figure out Cheryl’s stupid birthday.  And brace yourself because when you compare it to a “better” picture of the dress (one that portray’s its true color) it might just have you saying “What a crappy photo!”

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Happy 2010 St. Patrick’s Day

I really enjoyed seeing Google’s custom themed logo for this March 17th, 2010 St. Patrick’s Day holiday.

Celtic knotted Google Logo for St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, 2010

Celtic knotted Google Logo for St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, 2010

I thought it was interesting to see they only allowed this on the main Google Home page, and not any search result pages.  In the past, this themed version would also appear on any sub pages or search result pages.  Perhaps a way to maintain more solid brand reverence?  Perhaps a “we will allow the temporary deviation of our main logo here, but not any were else”, thus giving even more sanctity to the main logotype that is so very well known?