We’d like to congratulate Chippewa Cree Construction Corp on the launch of their new website at http://cccc.build!
The new site, created by the team here at AE2S Communications, incorporates a new design as well as several new features. There is also Projects section which all CCCC to show off all their latest work. You can also check out the staff and Board of Directors.
For more information, or just to take a look around the site, go to http://cccc.build.
There are so many things to love about digital information. My little environment-loving heart is so happy when I realize I can send a huge document to 10 reviewers without having to cut down a forest and blow through three ink toner cartridges. I love seeing and sharing photos and making educational videos. I have learned more from Youtube than most of my college text books.
The internet is cutting down our use of paper for newspapers, books and magazines according to a 2014 study by the World Bank. “Results show that the reduction in paper consumption caused by the Internet is large in size and can thus have important positive environmental implications,” the report states.
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To anyone who is not a statistician, data can seem pretty boring until it’s put in a digestible and useful context.
Engineers love data points and so do we. But AE2S Communications, we realize when we see data, it’s more than just numbers. It’s real people, not just probabilities. Data is derived from real life. The numbers represent things that affect real people like our families, our communities and our clients.
Our goal as communicators is finding the human element behind important projects and technical information. Why does this project matter? Who can benefit from this technical information? Who needs to know this information?
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Crotch. Spur. Lobe. Bowl. Aside from tittle (also known as the dot above some lowercase letters) the anatomy of typography isn’t particularly sexy or memorable. Most graphic designers, myself included, can’t recall what each anatomic term refers to. After all what are we, doctors? So how do we go about knowing which fonts are best to get our message across?
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