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17 Free display and text typefaces you should download right now »

The art of type design is for a special breed of designer. If you’re a novice to the world of typography, you’ll most likely be familiar with text type, or fonts created to be legible and readable at small sizes. Display typefaces, on the other hand, are less about legibility and more about personality, character and distinctiveness. Check out these 17 free display and typefaces now, they're not only gorgeous but also a practical addition to your design toolkit.

An introduction to Modernizr for
designers »

With the introduction of HTML5 and CSS 3, designer and developers have been given a new foundation of powerful capabilities for the web. With these great powers comes great responsibility. If an HTML or CSS feature doesn’t work in certain browsers, we need to ensure that we offer those browsers a secondary or fallback experience. Presenting: Modernizr.

The Missing Links for Marketing and Measurement

Interactive eBook Apps: The Reinvention of Reading and Interactivity »

Last week we mentioned the super marketing power of ebooks and how it's easier than ever to create an interactive book to market your products or services. Well, if you've started down that path and want to take it to the next level this article covers some inventive ways to make your ebook interactive.

Yellow Pages Sites Beat Google In Local Data Accuracy Test »

Data company Implied Intelligence crawled and hand checked 1,000 independent local business websites in the US comparing the quality of coverage, number of duplicates, information accuracy, and richness of info. The finding -- Google is not at the top of the list! What this means for your business -- don't put all your eggs into one Google basket while submitting your site for local search.

The Missing Links for Maintenance

Brands on Pinterest: To $ Or Not To $? »

Brands should be wary of attaching price tags to the products they pin on Pinterest, a new study from analytics startup Pinreach and Joshua Yang, a MBA candidate at Harvard Business School, indicates. An analysis of 2,588 pins shows that when brands affixed price tags to product pins however, users behaved differently.

At Monkee-Boy Web Design we are busy little monkeys. Check out our Portfolio to see what we've been tinkering on! For more industry related news you can view our super-active Blog. Want a team of monkeys to work on your projects? Contact us today.

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