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Posts Tagged ‘History’

Revved Up Rankings: History & Filtering at Your Fingertips, New in Moz Pro

February 17, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by jmodjeskaToday I'm proud to announce some new features in Moz Pro that help you get a lot more value out of your keyword rankings reports. You can now view your full rankings history for any campaign, select specific date ranges for your charts and tables, better segment your rankings data to get a clearer understanding of your performance and visibility, and effectively manage large campaigns with numerous keywords. Did I also mention it's lightning-fast? To get started, visit the keyword rankings page in any of your campaigns or test drive Moz Pro with a free trial today.Want a...

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Revved Up Rankings: History & Filtering at Your Fingertips, New in Moz Pro

February 17, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by jmodjeskaToday I'm proud to announce some new features in Moz Pro that help you get a lot more value out of your keyword rankings reports. You can now view your full rankings history for any campaign, select specific date ranges for your charts and tables, better segment your rankings data to get a clearer understanding of your performance and visibility, and effectively manage large campaigns with numerous keywords. Did I also mention it's lightning-fast? To get started, visit the keyword rankings page in any of your campaigns or test drive Moz Pro with a free trial today.Want a...

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Typendium: Typography History in an App

August 29, 2014  |  Samples  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

“Discover the history behind some of the world’s greatest typefaces with Typendium, an elegant collection of short essays and illustrations.” Typendium is a recently launched iPhone app that features stories about some of the world’s greatest typefaces and the designers behind them. The iOS app contains a collection of short essays accompanied with neat illustrations telling everything from why Palatino is “the world’s most pirated typeface” to why Gill Sans is “considered controversial“. Typendium is a collaborative project between game maker-slash-sound designer William Robinson and artist Robyn Nevison, and working on the project was their way to learn how to make an app....

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The History of Graphic Design Made Easy by Pop Chart Lab

May 11, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

For educators, students, or even design nerds, teaching/learning about the history of graphic design could be a grueling task since there is a lot of ground to cover. But not for long and you better thank the lovely folks of Pop Chart Lab for it.   Apart from learning about the diverse world of graphic design disciplines, the history of graphic design also serves well as a great alternative to sleeping pills and it works really well for students. Like other design educators, I’ve also seen my fair share of students even the eager and giddy ones regardless of my loud and sometimes Smeagol-ish voice succumb into dosing off while discussing...

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Cool Animated Infographic Video About the History and Future of Everything

January 14, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Munich-based information designer, Philipp Detmer through his science animation channel “Kurzgesagt” created a cool infographic video about “time” that looks at different periods from the history of humanity to the future end of the universe. In cooperation with Wait But Why, the animated video features an interesting narration of various moments in history and the future until the death of the universe through a series of infographic elements and flat illustrations. Here is what Philipp has to say about the project: “Time makes sense in small pieces. But when you look at huge stretches of time, it’s almost impossible to wrap your head...

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