The Pixel Brew

The Pixel Brew is the official design blog from the design team at White Dog Design Group, where we brew fresh pixels daily. Here, you will find our musings on everything from design and code, to usability and life.


Recent Posts

May 25

The Twisted Ankle 2012: Race Report

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I’ve been telling a few of my friends that I would get around to writing up my race report, so here goes. The Twisted Ankle Half and Full Marathon is a challenging trail run held every year in Summerville, GA. I found the course both harder than I imagined, and absolutely beautiful. It was one of the hardest things I’ve done, and I can’t wait to go back.

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Dec 20

Cambrex Introduces Redesigned Website

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East Rutherford, NJ – Cambrex Corporation (NYSE: CBM, "Cambrex") has launched a redesigned website. The redesigned website features improved navigation and better showcases the product and service capabilities that Cambrex offers to customers.

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Oct 22

Why Redbox should have a conversation with Krogers

Topics: Life, Usability

We talk a lot about usability, and making things as simple as possible for your customers. While on a recent trip to Houston, Texas, I captured a great example of getting in the way of your customers that I just had to share.

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Oct 14

Using Google Maps to Compliment a List of Locations

Topics: AJAX, ExpressionEngine, Google Maps

Cambrex Corporation was a client of ours with offices and manufacturing facilities all over the world. We used the Google Maps API and some ExpressionEngine fields to give Cambrex's customers a better picture of key Cambrex locations.

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Jan 14

Phusion Passenger and the Missing Application

Topics: Capistrano, Ruby on Rails

I spent hours trying to deploy a Rails application today.
Every time I restarted Passenger, I'd receive the following error:
no such file to load -- application (MissingSourceFile)

If you're receiving this error, here's an addition to your Capistrano recipe that might do the trick.

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