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Ah, 2013 was a good year. It was the year contemporary enough to add ‘Amazeballs’ to the dictionary, prickly enough to shut down the American government for a few weeks, and audacious enough to televise Miley Cyrus and all her various twerking manifestations. And as expected, social media had a field day with all 2013 has brought forth, both good and bad. As the year comes to a close, we start with the very worst. Stay tuned, because no one was spared.
Unless you’ve been living under a Dell for the last 10 years, you’ve undoubtedly heard of a ‘fruit’ company that Forrest Gump indirectly helped launch in the early 1980’s. Instantly recognizable, the Apple brand boasts the 42nd most visited website in the galaxy (23rd most visited in the U.S.) and is an industry leader in state-of-the-art, lifestyle-changing products. Now, Forrest wasn’t a smart man, but he knew what love was. So why does one of the smartest companies in the world have no love for its mobile visitors, and how can they fix their outdated website? The solution is simple: responsive design.
SPINX and DCN: A Corporate Website Redesign Success Story. When DCN, an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) leader in contract lateral flow assay development, approached us about a website overhaul, we said, “What the hell is lateral flow assay?”