Meet the five Google.org-backed startups that are part tech startups, part non-profits

When New York City teacher Charles Best started DonorsChoose — a nonprofit that lets teachers crowdfund projects and supplies for their classrooms — in 2000, philanthropy was still done the old-fashioned way: Wealthy folks went to charity galas, local organizations held food drives in parking lots, and technology like websites, smartphones, and online payments had no presence.

You don’t deserve more leads

The number one complaint when we first meet with a client is that they “just need more leads” to go from a $5M company to a $500M company. But, know what? They’re wrong. Because they treated the last thousand or so like garbage instead of the goldmine they are.

Digital Futurism: prototypes, rhythm, and influences in trippy low-fi 3D games (part 2)

In part 1 of this 2 part series on Digital Futurism, we covered a small bit of history on this unique visual style including its links to the original early 1900s Italian movement. We also discussed some of the fundamental aspects of the visual make up of Digital Futurism, specifically the style’s use of color and low-fi 3D polygon assets.