Mike’s Technical Tip: Take Advantage of Google’s Free File Storage

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Take Advantage of Google’s Free File Storage

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Hat tip: Charlie Moore

If you have a free Gmail account, you also have 15GB of file storage as part of your Google account. If you’re a (paid) Google Apps for Work, that amount doubles to 30GB. The amount of space available to you is affected by things like attachments in your Gmail or Google Photos you’ve uploaded, by the way.

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Clockwork Design Group Named a Top Boston Digital Agency by Clutch

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Clockwork Design Group, Inc. was recently named a top digital agency in Boston by Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews firm based in Washington, D.C. Clutch uses a unique methodology to evaluate companies in the marketplace, taking into account proven ability to deliver, focus on digital marketing services, and most importantly, client satisfaction.

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Clockwork Helps with AAM’s Annual National Conference Design

For the Association for Accounting Marketing’s (AAM) annual national Summit, Clockwork designed a logo, brochure, on-site guide, signage, a PowerPoint template, online ads, app graphics, and more.

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Design Lesson: What is the Rule of Thirds?

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Often applied in the world of photography, the “rule of thirds” works by splitting an image into thirds, so you end up with 9 equal sections. It’s most effective when your main subject is placed where the lines intersect. Aligning a subject with these points creates more tension, energy and interest in the composition than simply centering the subject. It’s not limited to photography, it can also be applied to graphic design layouts. When composing your ad, website, or other marketing material try to think of the “rule of thirds” principle.

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