You may have missed it this week, but the big news from Google was that they started using Penguin 4.0 for their core search algorithm. It’s real-time and more granular. What’s that mean? We at Frederick Swanston will keep creating amazing, compelling websites, but there are a few things we’ll have to keep in mind as the days pass and everyone figures out how the algorithm works.
See the full post on Google’s Webmaster blog here: https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2016/09/penguin-is-now-part-of-our-core.html
Everyone at FredSwan is excited about the iOS 10 and we’ve been playing with a lot of the new features. Wired has a good round up of 11 iMessage Apps to download to take advantage of the new power-ups in the Messages app in iOS 10. Read the full article over at Wired.
We just finished launching a new brand and campaign for one of our newest clients, Cullman Regional Medical Center. They are a great client and we had a great time concepting their new brand, pre-and-post-production for the television spots, and developing the website. We’re still in the midsts of the social campaign #CullmanHealthy, so you can follow along online, but feel free to check out the work on our portfolio.
I don’t know how often I’ll do this but I end up finding a lot of stuff around the web while working on projects late at night and I feel invasive email cool stuff to my colleagues every thirty minutes when they’re trying to Netflix or chill. So, hopefully, this will become something that is useful for the crew at Frederick Swanston and anyone else who is interested.
Using Sublime Text and Trello
I’ve only done some very preliminary digging, and this repository looks old, but I’m still curious how it to integrate Sublime Text with Trello. Drafts on iOS has really spoiled me to have a central location for text entry. I’ve done a little bit of research on using nvALT for this, but haven’t been able to find as much support as with Sublime Text
Focus Lab’s Work on InVision LABS Identity
*being a huge InVision fan doesn’t have much to do with this
View in Browser Package for Sublime
$10 Engineer Prints Courtesy of Photojojo
Who doesn’t love Photojojo? And to make themselves even cooler, they have a $10 off code to get a 3×4 foot black & white print with Engineer Prints. I think it’s a great deal.