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High Quality Art: Vectors

Second of a three-part series discussing the quality of digital art we need to make our clients look their best. We’re carving these blog posts into three parts: Dots, Vectors, and Caliber. Welcome to “Vectors.” Vector files aren’t well known outside the design world. That’s a shame because vector files are quite useful. Vector art …

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High Quality Art: Dots

One of a three part series discussing the quality of art we need to make our clients look their best. We’re carving these posts into Dots, Vectors, and Caliber. Welcome to “Dots.” This post covers a kind of image people encounter on a daily basis: Photos. Thanks to the web, they’re ubiquitous in our lives. …

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It’s Voting Time

If you’re feeling jaded or overwhelmed by all the election talk, or feeling like your vote doesn’t count,* it’s important to remember that this election isn’t just about polarized, big-name candidates. This election also impacts what goes on in your state. Even in your county. To fellow North Carolinians: Do you have feelings about HB2 …

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Kelsey Hanrahan Joins the Team

Please say “Hello” to Kelsey Hanrahan, our new Project Coordinator. Back in March, we advertised an open position for the first time—not our first hire, mind you, just our first advertisement (read the post here if you like). We were a little overwhelmed by the response—more than 100 applicants! We narrowed them down and identified …

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Now Hiring: Project Coordinator

We’re looking for a project coordinator to keep both client and internal projects on track. What kind of projects? Well-crafted identities, highly functional interfaces, beautiful print pieces, and persuasive content for all the above. As project coordinator, you’ll get right to work maintaining project flow, interacting with clients, helping develop content for brands we build …

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Markdown Dropbox Links

Here at rC, we use three things more than any other: Trello, Dropbox, and Macs. A little while ago, we were having a problem concerning posting Dropbox links in Trello. There are two ways to post items stored in Dropbox to Trello: drop a share link anywhere on the card or attach a file right out of …

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The New Politics of Judicial Elections

We are happy to share that the latest edition of the New Politics of Judicial Elections Report was released today. The bi-annual report, now in its 8th edition, has chronicled the threat posed by money and special interest pressure on fair and impartial courts for over a decade. It is a collaborative work that combines …

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Autism & Beyond

We were thrilled to see our partners at Duke launch Autism & Beyond—one of the latest ResearchKit apps for iOS. Autism & Beyond is one of those rare opportunities to contribute to the greater good in an unprecedented scale. For our team in Durham, it’s incredibly satisfying to see our design work in the app …

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Making Good(s)

I’m a print guy. It’s what I got into early on—mostly because back then the web really didn’t exist as we know it today. So maybe “I’m a print guy.” is another way of saying “I’m a dinosaur.” But it’s really all dots—everything we do comes down to just that… dots. Some are tiny dots …

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Keep Your Eyes Up

So, I race cars. No. Scratch that. I compete in the SCCA Solo program. You may have also heard it called “autocross.” It’s a timed, precision-driving motorsport where drivers take turns competing for the fastest time through a course defined by traffic cones on airport runways. I enjoy it immensely. Some of that enjoyment comes …

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