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Positionsizer.com Site Launch

Posted By Alupa Creative
05.16.2010

We’d like to congratulate PositionSizer.com on their recent site launch. Alupa Creative provided a full range of creative and technological services for PositionSizer, and we’re happy with the final product.

Check out the site here.

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Dock Spelling

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.26.2009

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Those gel-laiden mac icons (very web 2.0 indeed) are more than just eye candy. They’ve evolved into a form of communication built on top of another layer of communication. Dock Spelling. Mike Giepert’s blog has a longer list of these gems that you should check out, and submit your own.

Spelling challenges are easier the more applications you have, and with the number of available applications rising, there should be no end to this form of mac desktop composition. Can’t wait for an index of all the available letters of the alphabet and their associated applications. This is mac design geekery at it’s best.

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Army Ranger Semaphore

Posted By Josh Dillon
06.13.2009

Everything is better in semaphore.

The gallery addition of the U.S. Army Ranger Handbook, circa 1980, may seem a little out of place at first glance, but when you stop to think about it from a design perspective it’s inclusion as our flagship gallery really does have quite a bit of meaning behind it. When taking a closer look at this particular gallery from a communication arts perspective several key points stand out.

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