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Building Control Systems: Continuous Commissioning

On Episode 78 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Dan Frasier, co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., about building control systems and continuous commissioning.

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What is Construction Commissioning? With Dan Frasier

On Episode 77 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Dan Frasier, co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., about construction commissioning.

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Optimizing Your Website for SEO with Ed Alexander

On Episode 65 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Ed Alexander of fanfoundry.com about how to optimize your website for SEO.

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Thoughts on Entrepreneurship and Staying Informed

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we talk about Paul’s thoughts on entrepreneurship and staying informed as well as Apple and augmented reality.

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Are Hollow Icons Really Harder to Recognize Than Solid Icons? A Research Study

Last summer software designer Aubrey Johnson published a post on Medium with a specific critique of Apple’s brand new mobile operating system, iOS7. Johnson suggested that Apple’s new “hollow” icons, being more visually complex than “solid” icons, create cognitive fatigue for users that will eventually lead them to tire of the interface and stop using it. The timely, bite-sized post was shared and discussed widely, with some designers affirming it as sensible advice and others criticizing it as overblown, oversimplified, and lacking valid evidence. An example of solid and hollow icons in the tab bar of an app in Apple’s iOS7. The selected icon, Top Charts, uses a filled-in “solid” style. The unselected icons use an outlined “hollow” style. As …

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Are Hollow Icons Really Harder to Recognize Than Solid Icons? A Research Study

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