By Erik Tollefsrud | firstname.lastname@example.org Everyone with a portable device, such as a notebook computer, iPod or iPhone, eventually has to deal with a battery that no longer lasts as long as it once did. My personal experience has been that when the battery finally begins to die, our clients are surprised and wonder Read More
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Join fellow emerging designers for “Design that Binds,” an evening of workshops on book binding, letterpress, and post & wire albums. The talented instructors of MCBA will demonstrate hands-on techniques that you can use to give your portfolio and other projects a personal touch. Who should attend? This event is specifically focused on emerging designers. Read More
By Aaron Hintgen | email@example.com In January, Apple announced a new 17” MacBook Pro that is now shipping. The unibody aluminum enclosure and glossy screen brings its looks in line with the current MacBook and 15” MacBook Pro. Beyond the look of the body, the 17” MacBook Pro is the thinnest and lightest 17” Read More
Contrary to popular belief, Macs aren’t just for the quirky Graphic Designer. In fact, it’s easy to integrate a Mac into your business, and can help increase productivity. You’ll learn how Mac OS X, iLife ‘09, and iWork ‘09 can all be used for your business. In less than an hour, we’ll show you how Read More