Two Way Conversion to Have Biggest Impact on South Downtown

Heading east on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, through downtown Atlanta, offers some of the best views of the cities oldest and most beautiful architecture. The Fulton County Courthouse completed in 1914, The Shrine of the Immaculate Conception completed in 1873, and the State Capitol
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Remembering the fallen: One city’s love of parking. A response to responses. RE: Downtown Atlanta Parking Assessment

Tell any new urbanist there’s been a new parking study and you’ll likely see her blood begin to boil. “Parking is not a right!” will be proclaimed and references to academic papers such as The High Cost of Free Parking will be made. Such was exactly the case wh
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A Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper, Underground Atlanta

Since the late 1980’s retrofitting, in the usual top-down approach of its day, Underground Atlanta has laid relatively dormant. Despite, perhaps even because of, numerous contracts meant to revive it. Of these back-room deals, each was in search of a big idea. None involved the
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How to use Google Maps to plan your bike route

One of the best tools to plan a bike route is Google. It’s easy, familiar and pretty darn accurate on the first try. So let’s get started! Go to maps.google.com and enter your work address. Click directions and enter your starting point. Notice those cool little icon benea
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Atlanta: South of the North, North of the South

Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers Convention: A Centennial Celebration follow up post. I had the pleasure of working with the GSU Special Collections and Archives in promoting the Georgia Old-Time Fiddlers Convention: A Centennial Celebration. Read all about my involvement with promoting the
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Bike signage: share the rules

There is a major bicycle / motorist education problem in this country, a problem we need to address soon as more and more cities are waking up to the “Bike-is-Transportation” reality. Part of the problem is the bike way-finding road sign network. At current we’re basically asking moto
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Google Map CycleAtlanta Visualization Overlay

The first data dump from the CycleAtlanta App recently became available to the public, but we thought it was a little hard to tell which streets were which since only a few of them were labeled. Here, we have combined the cycling data map with a few screen shots off Google Maps. Share
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Hashtags for Small Business #SmallBiz #MKTG

Hashtags have given a new purpose to that seldom used sign above the three on most keyboards. Previously reserved for declaring “We’re number #1” the pound sign, or hashtag, is a great tool for two key social media platforms, Twitter, and Instagram. Although hashtags are of no use on
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New Design: Cinco De Mayo – Five Spot

Here’s one I did for The Good Foot Promotions. Originally I wanted to have the band names inside the mouth of the skull but after days of trying to get that idea to work I moved it over to the side. Really happy I spent the time learning how to make those banners! I’ll pro
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Minimal Country Design

This is the second design I’ve done for Ally of Good Foot Promotions and she is such a joy to work with!! The requirements were to make something that had a country/americana vibe to it. For some inspiration I checked out the band webpages and fell in love with the designs Littl
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