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  Today we’re announcing a new video: Website Cookies, Explained by Common Craft.   This video was suggested and voted on by Common Craft members who will use it to educate others in classrooms and on the Web. It teaches:   How and why cookies are saved to your computer when visiting a website The role cookies play in helping websites remember you The two basic types: session and persistent cookies How advertisers may use cookie data How website owners use cookie data for analyzing traffic  ... Continue Reading

The Story of Building the New Common Craft

Posted by: leelefever on December 12, 2011- 10:24am

Categories: design, development, history, New Common Craft, story, website

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A few months ago, we released a completely new and different Common Craft. This is the story of the big ideas that drove the change and getting the website designed and built. App or Not?   In 2010, we wanted a Common Craft app that would put our video library in your pocket, any time you need it.  We had a version built, but something didn’t feel right.  We dropped it.  Soon after, I talked to a few people I respect in the mobile world, like Brian Fling at Pinch/Zoom and Brian Leroux at Nitobi... Continue Reading

The New Common Craft is Now Live!

Posted by: leelefever on August 9, 2011- 1:54pm

Categories: business, New Common Craft, ourwork, strategy, website

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It's true!  We just launched our new website and business. Here’s a quick review: Common Craft is now a video subscription service. You or your organization can become a Common Craft member and have your own online library of all current and future Common Craft videos for use in classrooms and on the web. Membership features include: Instant access - your own growing library of Common Craft videos Sharing tools - easily embed, display or download any video Worry-free membership - no extra fees... Continue Reading