Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration and Digital Photography

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Rob Pullins is a new media marketer and world traveler. In 2013, Rob was Managing Editor of NOD while he was Director of Marketing at Sessions College.

Stock Photography: Is it Boring?

I’m willing to bet that when most people think of stock images, they don’t have a ‘stand alone’ picture in mind. Rather than something you might frame on your wall, stock is surely more about basic, safe and often mundane subjects.

Do I need a graphic design degree? 5 benefits that say “yes”

Although some designers “make it” in the design industry without a degree, the majority of us aren’t born with that special balance of talent and luck. No matter your skill level, getting your education is something that will benefit you greatly.

London 2012 Olympic Games: A Logo in Controversy

We compare designs past and present to the London 2012 Olympic logo.

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Why Business Cards Still Matter in the Digital Age

Adding a personal touch to your networking strategy.

Introducing gLTDs

You may remember a previous article, Evolution of the dot Com, we posted this past December that outlined the then upcoming release of gTLDs by ICANN, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. It has begun.

Steampunk: Shades of Copper

Steampunk has emerged as a creative style, a fashion statement, a literary genre, and an excuse to wear goggles with absolutely everything.

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Top 8 Portfolio Sites

2014 8 amazing portfolio sites to get your work up and seen. There are plenty of sites like these out there, but we think these are the crème de la crème. Enjoy!

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Pinterest, the Rising Social Media Star has been around since 2010. But it has only recently exploded in popularity and given a boost with $37 million in funding. What is Pinterest, and why is it quickly joining the ranks of other top social media sites?

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New Year’s Eve: A History of the Ball Drop

Every year, nearly a million people descend on Times Square in New York City, the Crossroads of the World, the Center of the Universe, to ring in a new year. But why?

What did you say, Face?

The television series “Lie to Me” depicts a Dr. Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) as the leader of a firm hired by third parties to find “the truth.” In the show, Dr. Lightman uses the Facial Action Coding System, microexpressions, and body language to figure out what people are really thinking and, of course, know when they are lying. Through this show many have become aware of Dr. Paul Ekman, the real world inspiration behind the show, and his pioneering work in the field of technology psychology called facial emotional measurement.