For many people Valentine’s Day is one of the most important days of the year. A day for gratuitous romantic gestures and chocolate gorging. However, if you’re anything like me you probably spent this Valentine’s Day alone in an apartment in pajamas, hugging a tub of ice cream and watching sappy romance flicks. Seeing as […]
The Obama campaign has already made it clear: when it comes to social media, the gloves are off.
Facebook wrote the book on brand pages. Now Twitter is struggling with the screenplay.
The hot question every CMO seems to be asking their agency seems to be: “What is this Pinterest thing, anyway, and what can we do with it?”
Anyone who’s even slightly active on Facebook has likely noticed a new kind of content popping up in the News Feed lately. Oneupweb Reviews Facebook’s Open Graph.
SOPA and PIPA Update: Congress has delayed consideration of the PIPA and SOPA bills, which – if enacted – would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American business. Congratulations to all who took a stand and to all who signed the petitions that had been going around, including Google’s petition, in which we here at Oneupweb supported.
You need to create your own opportunities to get a kick-ass job.
How you format your code is ultimately up to you and how you find it the most readable.
Coca-Cola has opened another can of serious social on Tumblr with its “Happiness is…” blog.
Trying to remember and maintain all those passwords can lead to an affliction known as password fatigue.
Facebook’s Timeline has been one hell of a topic since F8 in 2011. The topic has been more about the word WHEN. When will it go to Beta? When can a user go live? When will everyone be switching to it? And now the question in my search today was when will everyone be forced over to it as the new design – no going back?
Design would be lost without art, art couldn’t be the punk rebel without design and a good chunk of the world would be lost without the both of them.