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Social Media Connects Businesses with Consumers   |   July 30, 2012

We all love the epic stories we heard in our childhood–the bravery of Robin Hood, the magic and romanticism of Cinderella, the heroism of Superman. The story lines catch our attention and give flight to our fancy. Even if you haven’t read a fairy tale in years, chances are you still like a good story, albeit maybe not so enthralling (I’m an Office fan myself, I admit it).

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Windows 8 Metro Apps: Making the User Experience More User-Friendly   |   July 16, 2012

The new Windows 8 Metro UI offers a unique kind of user experience and it’s a breath of fresh air from Microsoft. The company just made its Release Preview available for public testing, to gain customer feedback and make additional improvements before the full launch, speculated to come before the end of the year.

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How Mobile Apps Have Changed Designing for the Mobile Web Experience   |   July 5, 2012

Technology is becoming more and more intertwined with our daily lives. I remember when my family got our first computer, and the technological changes since then have been fast and thrilling. Phones are now really small computers. More computing capabilities, not to mention powerful batteries, have allowed mobile apps to become individualized user experiences.

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Social Media Strategy: Foursquare for Business, Part 2   |   June 29, 2012
The M Group Social Media Plan Business

Millions of people are using Foursquare today, creating a great entry-point for businesses to interact with their customers and drive revenue through real-time engagement. With a well-defined social media strategy, an established brand voice, and the right engagement tactics, interacting with your customers via Foursquare could result in a stampede of traffic to your business.

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Logo Design: How Colors Guide Consumers   |   June 22, 2012
The M Group Brand Strategy Color

Animals in the natural world use color signals to communicate important messages to each other. The bright colors of poison dart frogs warn of their danger to predators, red berries stand out and animals notice them, and male Birds of Paradise put on a colorful show for their females. Communicating through color is not only for the animals. Clearly, visual cues help people navigate modern life, too.

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Announcing the Launch of the Borrow Baby Couture Website   |   June 20, 2012
The M Group Website Development Borrow Baby Couture

Today, the M Group announces the website launch of client Borrow Baby Couture. Answering the need for moms looking to dress their children in designer clothing, Borrow Baby Couture offers designer clothing for rent. The M Group redesigned and programmed their website, adding new features for a better shopping experience.

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