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Jason CranfordTeague
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Attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Lives in Reston, VA
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Ms. Marvel Ushers in a New Age of Comics | GeekDad http://ow.ly/ywixZ
Maybe I'm being a bit bombastic; but if you're not reading Ms. Marvel, you're missing out. This represents a refreshing change in Marvel's lineup.
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In case you never watched it.
#rikmayall
#theyoungones  
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How Arts and Architecture paved the way in post-war construction and culture from +TASCHEN
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"The goal of UI design should be to focus users on the task at hand and provide only the minimal information they need to accomplish that task. Good UI design for dyslexic and dysgraphic users is really good UI design for everybody."
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The The's album #SoulMining—one of the best albums of all time—has been remastered and reissued!
Alexis Petridis: The The's first album, which dropped out of sight after release, was later acclaimed as a masterpiece. This reissue is richly deserved
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Tip tip tip tip tip tip..........SWOOOOOSHHHH!!!!! Goodnight folks
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“For those who regret what keyboards and touch screens have done to their penmanship, typographer Harald Geisler has an answer.”
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In 2013, I ran a Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of a font based on Sigmund Freud’s handwriting. The public interest in the project was overwhelming, and the Sigmund Freud typeface became the first typeface to be reviewed in the Wall Street Journal.
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I love this font. I backed the Kickstarter. It's really fun watching the font wiggle around as you type. It has tons of character combinations that it recognizes as you type. And variations for different styles of writing. I hope he does this again for other famous writers.
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Help us do some UX for Good!

For this year’s annual challenge, UX For Good be working with Aegis Trust, which established the Kigali Genocide Memorial on behalf of the Rwandan people in 2004. More than a museum or shrine, the memorial serves as the final resting place for 250,000 victims of the 1994 genocide.

http://geekdad.com/2014/04/help-do-some-ux-for-good/
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  • JasonSpeaking
    Principle, 1994 - present
  • Forum One
    Managing Director of User Experience, 2012
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Reston, VA
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McLean, va - Atlanta, ga - London, uk - Raleigh, nc - Durham, nc - Kingston, uk - Boston, ma - Charlotte, nc - Greensboro, nc - Troy, Ny
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Jason combines creative and technical know-how to help people communicate online. He has worked with businesses and organizations including Marriott International, AOL, Virgin, Bank of America, The Aspen Institute, The Solar Energy Industry Association, and The USDA. Jason is a long standing leader in the Web design community, well know for being able to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical audiences. His most recent book is CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide available in finer book stores everywhere.

Jason blogs regularly for GeekDad (www.geekdad.com) and tweets @JasonSpeaking.

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3 kids, 2 cats, 1 wife
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  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    1996
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    English, 1986 - 1992
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