• Urban Cycling Lessons Learned

    Thursday, May 9, 2013 · Share

    I love living in the city. I love riding bicycles. Some times it seems difficult and scary to reconcile these two loves, but with patience, practice and skill it can be done, and in my opinion, should be done. Bicycling is the perfect way to run errands, commute to and from work, enjoy the outdoors and get a little exercise, too.

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  • 10 Top Teeth Whitening Tips

    Thursday, August 9, 2012 · Share

    A social status symbol as well as an important interviewing tip, having white teeth indicates to some degree that you take care of yourself and like to look good. It's also an attractive feature to have a nice bright smile. That's why for these reasons and more, it's important to brighten and maintain healthy white teeth. Here are 10 top tips to help you achieve that goal.

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  • The Purity of Running

    Saturday, June 30, 2012 · Share

    Living in Boston it's difficult to find solitude whenever I go for a run. That's why whenever I find myself outside the city and I have the oppurtunity to, I go for a run. I don't bring anything with me when I go, including headphones, so that once I'm out there on the road or path, it's just me and my thoughts.

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  • Introducing Wizgig Mobile!

    Thursday, June 7, 2012 · Share

    We are very pleased and excited to announce that Wizgig now has native mobile browser support for both iPhone and Android devices! To visit, simply go straight to Wizgig.com with your mobile phone and you'll see our new tailored design.

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  • 15 Web Design Tips

    Wednesday, May 30, 2012 · Share

    Creating an effective and pleasant web design for a set of pages is a very difficult task. When you start with a blank white canvas, you have to consider far more than the color scheme, the typography, the positioning, the alignment and so forth. You have to consider the non-visual aspects of the page. What message is this page going to convey? What are users going to need to do? What is the function of the page and how can that best be presented? How will users be accessing this page and what will the capabilities of the devices be (e.g. mobile versus desktop?) The answers to these questions affect your design in a huge way, before any visual tweaking is done. And in order to develop a truly good design, you need to analyze all of the pieces that go into it. To help you with this, here are 15 web design tips.

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