Clockpunk Studios, Online Publishing, and You

Online magazines are hot right now. The speed and beauty of online publishing, combined with the ease of producing beautiful issues, not to mention the low overhead costs, have made the Internet the venue of choice for professional-rate magazines and indie ‘zines alike. Even traditional print magazines typically have online content these days, whether it’s snippets of stories that give […]

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The Five Minute Rule

Here at Clockpunk Studios, we’re big supporters of the “five minute rule.” No, no. Not the five second rule—the rule where you’re “allowed” to eat something delicious that tragically falls onto a germy surface if you snatch it back up again fast enough. The five minute rule, which plays out much differently—and more to our clients’ advantage. The Clockpunk Studios

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What’s on your billboard?

If the Internet is a highway, your website is your billboard. Most of us have been driving somewhere on a road trip and seen billboards that look… well, less like they’re advertising Crazy Bob’s Discount Used Furniture (“Deals So Crazy… They’re Crazy!”) and more like they’re luring the unwary to some sort of House of 1000 Corpses situation. You know what

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The Clockpunk Studios Client Bill of Rights

Here at Clockpunk Studios, we pride ourselves on being a client-focused design studio. That means we’re always thinking about and considering your rights as a client. We’re not talking about “legalese” in a contract (although we endeavor to have as little of that as possible, designing our agreements to make sense to layperson and lawyer alike); we’re talking about your

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The Power of WordPress (Part 1)

Here at Clockpunk Studios, we believe in the power of WordPress. Most people know WordPress because of its reputation as a versatile and user-friendly blogging tool. Those who use WordPress prize its clean, attractive designs, security features, sensitive spam trap, and simple-to-use back-end, as well its ability to control commenting. WordPress also seamlessly integrates videos, images, and other multimedia. Not

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