The Official Instructify Blog

November 13, 2007

How to Fix a Pixelated Image

Dealing with pixelated images can be tough—they’re not always easy to fix, they look bad, and they’re just plain annoying. So, how can you make a […]
July 24, 2008

Adventures in Alice Programming Workshop at Duke University

Both teachers and students across the state of North Carolina learned about the Alice Programming Language during a summer workshop held on campus at Duke University. […]
July 16, 2009

Top 5 Citation Applications

If you’re building a website, writing an online article, or doing something else that requires the need to cite a resource, you’re also probably looking for […]
April 26, 2010

A Window to the World: Using Skype in the Classroom

As most people know, Skype is a free software program that’s used for video conferencing and it can be incredibly useful in the classroom. On this […]
October 19, 2010

Four Firefox Add-Ons to Maximize the Web in Class

If you’ve got a room with a projector, Smart Board, or a TV, you’ve probably used it to show websites to your students. If you use […]
January 12, 2018

5 Web Design Tips for the New Year

Woohoo, it’s 2018! That’s something to be excited about, right? While it definitely is, if you’re looking to build a new website this year or improve […]
February 12, 2018

Should You Hire a Web Designer or Build Your Own Site?

If you’re a small business owner, blogger, or someone who’s just curious about having a website but doesn’t necessarily need one, you may have thought—“should I […]