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rorytucker:

Rule of summer. Don’t believe everything you read. #travelswithlola #beachlife #lakelife

rorytucker:

Rule of summer. Don’t believe everything you read. #travelswithlola #beachlife #lakelife

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino
This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here. 

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"
for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino

This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here

rorytucker:

Rule of summer. Don’t believe everything you read. #travelswithlola #beachlife #lakelife

rorytucker:

Rule of summer. Don’t believe everything you read. #travelswithlola #beachlife #lakelife

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino
This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here. 

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"
for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino

This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here

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