Monthly Archives: September 2014

Seeing is Learning: The Basics of a Great Infographic

Seeing is Learning: The Basics of a Great Infographic
September 22, 2014

Our society’s inability to unplug from technology and demand for instant gratification mean the attention and time we can dedicate to even the simplest tasks are decreasing. Even reading factual articles on the Internet is too time-consuming for us! Content shock, as we touched on earlier, is a phenomenon where readers skip reading articles in […]

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Why You Don’t Really Need the iPhone 6

Why You Don’t Really Need the iPhone 6
September 15, 2014

After watching Apple’s keynote for the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, it’s safe to say that Apple wants to integrate itself in all possible aspects of our lives. From the innovative Apple Pay to Apple Health, an Apple product a day may be enough to keep you away from traditional items you’ve used for […]

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Ever seen your boss do push-ups?

September 5, 2014

We decided to have a friendly pushup contest one morning at Peak Seven HQ: designers vs. Darren. Who won? Check out the contest by clicking here!  

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Too Long, Didn’t Read: How to Save Your Blog From Content Shock

Too Long, Didn’t Read: How to Save Your Blog From Content Shock
September 4, 2014

The following post was written by our summer intern, Janeicia Neely If you’re reading this blog right now, you may be a bored reader, skimmer, or someone glancing at the article and skipping over it. These are some of the basic issues content marketers face in 2014 and in the years to come. These types […]

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