The best ads of 2014 you haven’t seen – Part 1

The vast majority of today’s ads are not good. In fact, advertising sucks more now than it has ever sucked before, which is saying something when you think back to those floating-head abominations of the 1950s. While horrifying and maybe an offense to God, at least they were earnest. Posted as read on Vice. Written […]

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Citrus logo brings back a fragrant memory in Upland

Like a faint memory struggling to the surface, a faded Sunkist logo reappeared during demolition of a century-old packing house in Upland. By David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin The packing house is coming down to make way for 42 single-family homes. When a wooden exterior wall was torn down on Monday, an older brick […]

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What Does Web Design Say About Your Small Business?

If you’ve ever been horrified by the design of a small or local business website, you’re not alone. There are so many aesthetic travesties out there, and worse, many small businesses still don’t even have a website. One recent study concluded that a paltry 54% of small businesses maintain a home on the web. As […]

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I was surfing the web late one night for inspiring websites to get my creative juices flowing and I ran into this beauty: HelloRun, an HTML Game by HelloEnjoy. At fist I was impressed at the amazing background animations, and I thought it was simply another impressive HTML5 website. As soon as I pressed the […]

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Building A Successful Product: Start Small And Listen

Developing a product is one thing, bringing it to market is another. In this article, Rachel explains how to start with a new product, develop and support it over time. Interested in learning more? Rachel will be hosting a full-day Smashing workshop on “Shipping Your Product” in Berlin, and she has contributed a chapter on […]

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Our Client Referral Program

Due to our excitement of launching a new website we are giving you the opportunity save money and get some projects done! If you refer a client to GraphSol Group and they acquire any project, you will be able to use a 15% discount for your next project. This special is available for any of […]

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Our design services for the Inland Empire

Here at GraphSol Group, we take a lot of pride in the work we do for all our clients in the Ontario, CA area. All of our custom designs are made to match you, your industry and your business. Having good design is very important now-a-days, especially since we live in an era where attraction is key. […]

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Custom vs. Template

If there is a time where a website is important for your company, now is that time. When viewers search the internet, they will literally land on a site among the search results, and give it as little as two seconds to scan through and quickly see if the site is worth exploring. If it […]

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Making a Better Internet

My relationship with the Internet oscillates between waves of euphoria and waves of angst. Some things make me extraordinarily happy: like a client who loves usability testing so much when they first experience it that they can’t sleep for days; or connecting with someone whose writing I’ve admired for many years. Posted as read on […]

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How WordPress Took the CMS Crown from Drupal and Joomla

According to W3Techs, almost 55% of the 1 million most visited websites that run on a content management system (CMS) are run on WordPres. WordPress is a darn fine CMS and is stable and easy to use, but so are Joomla and Drupal. So, why does WordPress have the lion’s share of the top 1 […]

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