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Matt Cutts Talks Responsive Design Impact On SEO

Google has put out a new Wembaster Help video. In this one, Matt Cutts discusses responsive design and its impact (or lack thereof) on SEO. He takes on the question: Does a site leveraging responsive design “lose” any SEO benefit compared to a more traditional m. site? Cutts says, “Whenever you have a site that can work well for regular …

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Raymond Loewy, Famous Industrial Designer, Honored with Google Doodle

Today’s Google Doodle honors a man who’s responsible for dozens upon dozens of classic product designs from the early 1930s to the late 1970s. You’ve probably seen his work over an dover again but didn’t know whom to attribute. On Google’s homepage, you’ll see what appears to be a Google train paying tribute to Raymond Loewy. Loewy, one of the …

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Jakob Nielsen Talks Mobile Usability At Google

Veteran web usability consultant Jakob Nielsen recently gave an “At Google” talk about mobile usability and where it’s headed. Google has now made the talk available for all to see. If your’e developing a mobile app or site, you may want to give this guy an hour of your time. He’s one of the biggest names in usability, and has …

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Google Web Designer Launched In Public Beta

Google announced on Monday that it has launched Google Web Designer, a new HTML5 design tool, in public beta. The tool is geared toward ad creation, but can be used for webpages. It lets you create animated HTML5 creative, view and edit code with a WYSIWYG editor, build creatives for DoubleClick and AdMob (or publish them elsewhere). It’s free, and …

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Facebook Breaks Ground on Frank Gehry-Designed Second Campus

The construction on Facebook’s massive Menlo Park campus expansion has begun. The company has just broken ground on the second campus, which will be located across the street from the current campus. The 22-acre West Campus will house the new 433,555 sq. ft. building, which was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. It’s expected to be filled with some 2,800 …

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iOS 7 Is Getting A Complete Redesign, Will Be Shown At WWDC [Rumor]

What’s black, white and flat all over? iOS 7 if some reports are to be believed. Sources close to Apple told 9to5Mac that the next iteration of Apple’s iOS software will be getting a complete redesign. That redesign will predominantly sport black and white colors while toning down on the textured look that iOS has been known for since its …

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Here’s How The HTC One’s All-Metal Body Was Made

HTC just might make a comeback this year. Its latest flagship device – the HTC One – is getting stellar reviews. Most of those reviews say it has an excellent build quality, especially when compared to other devices on the market. How exactly did that build quality come about though? HTC recently released a video featuring the hardware designers of …

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Budweiser Wants You to Drink Out of a Bowtie-Shaped Can

Budweiser is looking to celebrate its iconic logo with a new can design this Spring. The Anheuser-Busch brand will unveil a new bowtie-shaped can on May 6th. The can, will be a few drop short of the full 12-ounce can you’re used to – clocking in at 11.3 ounces. With the fewer ounces of beer comes fewer calories per can …

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Facebook Timeline Designer Leaving the Company

Nicholas Felton, a Facebook product designer who helped to create the Timeline, has announced that he is “moving on” from the company. Felton, who began working on the new Facebook Timeline project in April of 2011, says that he’s proud of the projects he worked on and confident in the future products. Fittingly, you can find his entire message posted …

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Watch This Google Hangout On Improving Your Site (For AdSense)

Google recently held a Google+ hangout sharing tips for improving the user experience on your site, which it uploaded to its AdSense YouTube channel. This week, Google shared the video on the AdSense blog bringing it to our attention. The video discusses how to better understand your users, increase engagement, and measure the success of changes you make.

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Facebook Adds Separate Feeds For Music, Images And More In News Feed

Facebook unveiled a new News Feed design today that places more of an emphasis on the things users care about. Before the unveiling, there were rumors that the design would feature separate feeds for things like music, images and more. That turned out to be true as each separate feed will get its own place in the News Feed. When …

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Matt Cutts Says You Should Use Autocompletetype On Web Forms

In the latest Webmaster Help video, Google’s Matt Cutts answers his own question: Can you explain a little bit about the proposed “autocompletetype” attribute? Is this something I should add on my web forms? “The basic idea is lots of websites have forms,” says Cutts. “You type in your name – your first name, your last name, your address, your …

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