The End is Near for Outdated Internet Explorer

A few months ago, Microsoft announced plans to discontinue support for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9 and 10, effective January 12, 2015. You may have heard a distant cheer — developers and designers rejoiced! Older versions of IE have long been a thorn in the side of web professionals. The web browser hasn’t played  well with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the mechanism that […]

Can I Use This Image?

A common misconception exists: if something is “on the internet,” it belongs to the world at large. But copyright laws extend to any person’s work, regardless of where it’s found. The individual who created the image or article is the copyright holder from the very beginning. No action needs to be taken other than that […]

All About that Functional Design

If you’ve been on the edge of your seat wondering about the Functional Design Project, today’s blog post is definitely for you! Since we last blogged about the project, we’ve reviewed over 3,000 abstracts from searches across three major databases, focusing on physical activity, eating habits, and weight loss/maintenance. After spending hours upon hours carefully […]

CHAI’s Year in Review

Last year, our new blog declared that the cobbler’s children had no shoes. Our website needed a redesign, and we wanted to get our name out to more of the research community about our services. We began by developing an initial marketing plan, setting up a Facebook page for building community, and a blog to […]