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January 14, 2009


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Linas Sablovskis

haha, have it on my wall now :)

P.S. waiting for you in Lithuania :D

Josh Peters

That is great a example of guerrilla marketing. It's smart, not over bearing, and just plain awesome. Just downloaded it and sent it to a friend of mine who is a UI designer.

Bob Bly

Prospects love calendars, posters, and wall charts as giveaways, yet they are rarely used compared with white papers and e-books. When I was at Westinghouse Defense, we gave a fold-out time-line of the history of defense technology, and we could not keep up with the requests for copies (this was pre-Internet).

Marie Adams

What a great idea, I love it. When reading a white paper or ebook, I'm usually anticipating the page where the author tries to sell me their product. The marketing was so transparent in this poster that I hardly noticed ... until the day I need help from a usability pro.

Todd Van Hoosear

I love that they support LOLcat as a language! Brilliant!

Nikki May | Copywriting Services

I have just downloaded the 2010 Bad Usability Calender.



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