It seems like every week there’s a new story about Internet security, whether it’s the breach of a major corporation like Yahoo or Target, or a political hack like those reported to have come from Russia during the 2016 Presidential Election. These breaches happen so often that IBM made a commercial where the news was … Read More »


I don’t know about you, but I use Facebook much more rarely than I did in the past — and I’m not the only one. There’s been a lot of talk about how Facebook users are sharing less, the rise and spread of fake news on the platform, and how Instagram and Snapchat are becoming … Read More »

Simple Locator

One of the newest tools in our plugin repertoire is Simple Locator by developer Kyle Phillips. It allows you to add location data — longitude, latitude, address, and more — to any WordPress post or custom post type, and both display it and search by it. It’s one of those plugins that makes WordPress that … Read More »


One of the reasons WordPress has been able to grow so quickly and become the content management system used by 27% of the web is its extensibility. WordPress can be used for almost any website imaginable; from your basic small business website to a full-fledged e-commerce site to a massive news publishing platform and more. … Read More »

Tools We Use: Intuos Pro

This is the eighth in an irregular series of blog posts about the tools we use to design, develop and maintain websites and the digital products we create. We’ve previously written about Soliloquy and Cycle2 sliders, the Pingdom Website Speed Test, Sprout Social, Chrome Developer Tools, Free Stock Photos, Google Webmaster Tools and Font Awesome, Glyphicons, and Dashicons. … Read More »

As a designer and generally curious person, I always find it fascinating to learn about the process other designers and agencies take when they go through rebranding, so I thought it would be fun to talk about our own rebranding process and becoming Digital Ink. Until January 1st of 2016, Digital Ink was known as Junger … Read More »

Designing for Your User's Device (Or, What Do Your Users Want to Do?)

You know the stats by now — everyone is mobile. Your users may not being sitting behind a desk when visiting your website; they could be in the car, in line at the supermarket, or in the bathroom (be honest – lots of surfing goes on there). That’s why we have responsive design, which ensures … Read More »

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