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Taylan "Ty" Yalniz

Taylan Yalniz ///
A Turkish-American International Educator, NAFSA Academy Graduate. Web Designer & Front-End Developer. Living in Arlington, VA working in Washington DC, USA. Missing his home state, The Wild & Wonderful West Virginia!
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MaKey MaKey Lets You Create Your Own User Interface UI

MaKey MaKey Lets You Create Your Own User Interface UI

Maybe nerdy, maybe innovative.. maybe it is just both! MaKey MaKey, developed by MIT students allow you to create your very own unique user interface (UI)/

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Shared by on June 26th, 2012 in MicroBlog. Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
New Facebook “Timeline” Pages for Businesses

New Facebook “Timeline” Pages for Businesses

New Facebook “Timeline” Pages for Businesses

Many of us have already switched to Facebook’s new Timeline layout on our personal profile pages, but how about our brand/company pages? Good news! After rolling out Timeline on personal profiles, Facebook is now rolling out Timeline for Business pages also according to this SocialmediaExaminer article I came across today. Timeline changes the design and layout of Business pages and makes them look like personal profiles. A feature we all have been waiting for a long time for our company, brand, or fan pages! For more information you may visit  www.facebook.com/about/pages! Curious to see what the Timeline layout will look like on business pages? Check out these examples: ATT, Windows, Ford, Macy’s and more…

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Shared by on March 3rd, 2012 in MicroBlog. Tags: , ,
Rethinking Mobile in Higher Ed

Rethinking Mobile in Higher Ed

A recent survey of nearly 2,300 college-bound students showed that a whopping 52% of prospective students have viewed a school’s website on a mobile device before. Based on this Noel-Levitz study, it is clear that there is major demand from future students for valuable mobile-friendly college and university admissions websites. While such large number of students choose to learn more about their potential college choices online – using mobile devices, it is important for higher education institutions’ IT departments to understand what their audience is really looking for. Check out this Seth Odell article for more insight on this subject…

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Shared by on February 16th, 2012 in MicroBlog. Tags: , , ,
Progressive And Responsive Navigation in WebDesign

Progressive And Responsive Navigation in WebDesign

If you are a web designer/developer then you are most likely familiar with the general structure of a typical navigation menu, which generally uses list items – unordered lists that is. In this SmashingMagazine tutorial you will learn how you can use the best CSS, HTML, and JQuery practices to create progressive, responsive, mobile friendly, and simply “super cool” navigation menus from scratch!

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