Useful Mac Keyboard Shortcuts for a Windows User

There’s a lot of keyboard shortcuts available to a Mac user. As a primarily Windows user, I’ve found a few shortcuts that are extremely helpful as a programmer and may be useful to you too.

Sonya Chen

Making Social Media Politics Great Again

Advertisers must now undergo a verification process before running political ads, helping to ensure election integrity and keeping foreign nationalists from interfering with election results.

Nasreen Salem

Six Seconds to Advertise

Whether consumers like it or not, the six-second commercial format is here to stay.

Michael Callahan

The Alipes Team Vibe

The Alipes team structure and way of working is the most important aspect of how we deliver great solutions to clients. We thrive, believe, and deliver in team. Our norms are about outspoken creativity, inherent curiosity, and effective listening across departments.

Torrey Fazen

Stumbling Upon a Twitter Vulnerability

Twitter is linking their Privacy and Terms and Conditions to a domain that looks like Twitter.com but is actually Twittier.com.

Keith Koslowsky

Animation Trends: The Seamless Loop

As a culture, we are really into digesting bite-sized pieces of content–the shorter the better. And if it repeats, even better.

Dustin McCormick

None of Their Business

There’s an old expression about how good people staying silent is all it takes for evil to triumph. Burger King made a single video that captured the power of a modern distribution channel to spark mainstream conversation about bullying. It’s a corporation using the tools of an upstart movement to deliver a powerful message that staying silent is destructive.

Meghan Gardner

From Maryland to Chicago, Alipes is Boston Strong

Boston Strong represents different meanings for different people. Five years after the Boston Marathon Bombing, Alipes reflects on what the phrase means to us.

Kayla King

Alipes Opinions: Our Favorite Social Networks

We ask what the favorite social network of each Alipes team member is, and why.

Brendan Butts

Don’t Wait, Learn How to Code Now

Anyone can learn how to code, but often people go about it the wrong way. As an accomplished web developer, here are my suggestions on the best ways to learn how to code.

Dan Sudenfield

#DeleteFacebook – Why it Matters for Brands

Facebook is in trouble. As the social media platform deals with the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, #DeleteFacebook has gained steam, prompting many to reexamine the role that social media plays in their lives. But what does this mean for brands?

Colin Alsheimer

Blockchain 101: What is it and Why is it Important?

Blockchain is so much more than Bitcoin.

Colin Alsheimer

Networking: For the Resistant Prisoner

If you’re a Resistant Prisoner like me, but you see the value of networking, rest assured that you’re not the only one. In fact, you’re already taking steps toward improving, just by reading this.

Sonya Chen

Limitations Can Drive Innovations

Limitation of the design systems of yesterday gave rise to the internet technologies of today.

Jason Tennis

A Trick to Clearly Communicate with Developers and in Teams

Help eliminate jargon, and ease communication within your team.

Ryan Taylor

Audience Centric Advertising

The best digital advertising remembers who the audience is.

Michael Callahan

One Less App

People love browser plugins. There are thousands of apps available to you. It is a click and a browser restart away from making your life easier. But if you need to take screenshots, you don’t need a third-party app.

Keith Koslowsky

When Brands Sell Culture

Lifestyle brands, politics, and pop culture—the marketing of cultural zeitgeist.

Dustin McCormick

We’re Honored to be Honored

We believe our work is the hero of our story—and we’re honored to have captured two Davey Awards, awards named for the legendary hero of small stature but big thinking.

Meghan Gardner

Internet Memes: A World of Natural Selection

There’s millions of Internet memes, but only the best make it viral. Learn how the concept of natural selection comes into play in the world of memes.

Kayla King

Pitching Your Employer, Include the Doodles

It’s a random Tuesday and you have a new business idea. Where do you go next? What if you need to look no further than your current employer?

Torrey Fazen

Glad to Meet You

Alipes, the boutique agency reinventing digital for clients large and small, announced today that it has inked new client relationships and established a presence in Chicago.

Meghan Gardner

A Coming Change in Traditional Websites

Over the horizon, there is a significant change coming to your web browsing experience. A change that, once it’s pervasive, will seem necessary.

Nathan Lamont

How Not to Make Friends and Influence People

What not to do when you’re trying to convince someone to work with you.

Meghan Gardner

Developing as a Developer: Personal Coding Projects

Most developers hone their skills constantly, not just at work. Personal projects are an important mile marker on the road to becoming an experienced developer.

Brendan Butts

Now Hear This: 37 of the Best Podcasts for Digital Marketers

Check out 37 of the best podcasts to help you become a smarter and more informed digital marketer.

Colin Alsheimer