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Aesthetic-Usability Effect

This article by Lidwell, Holden and Butler, discusses a phenomenon call the Aesthetic–Usability effect. this effect has been observed by scientific studies. it’s the tendency of individuals to gravitate towards more aesthetic designs and to find them easier to use, and less intimidating. 1,249 more words

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The Extra Point with Ruffin McNeill: "Coaching is what we do."

By Jeff Greenberg

College football fans were treated to an exciting college football playoff this past season, particularly with the semi-final games. The Oklahoma Sooners were one of those teams providing the excitement, and there was a coach on their sidelines who has experienced a lot in his long career. 2,803 more words

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ECU's Barefoot on the Mall with Jesse McCartney!

I had the pleasure of seeing a concert that was 14 years in the making (sort of) this past week. That’s right. I made my 8-year-old self’s dream come true by seeing Jesse McCartney live at ECU’s Barefoot on the Mall. 285 more words

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