October 28, 2010 § Leave a comment
Quick shout out to our fearless leader for being quoted in Inc. Magazine in “How to Manage a Sales Pipeline.” I’m sure this won’t be the last time Ross will be mentioned in Inc. Way to go Ross!
October 22, 2010 § Leave a comment
Our very own director of networks and systems, Marcus Farmer, has been published in Processor Magazine. Give the article a read to help you make the decision to either host your email in-house or have it hosted for you.
October 13, 2010 § Leave a comment
Part two of a series on the three simple rules for a successful website
What is credibility? Well, it’s what can make or break that first impression. It’s the difference between a shallow brochure and an informational treasure trove. It’s often not thought about consciously by the person looking at your branding if it is done right. Done poorly, people have opinions and they aren’t positive. Credibility = Trust. « Read the rest of this entry »
October 1, 2010 § Leave a comment
Flash dead!? No, not the comic book hero but rather that ubiquitous software browser plug-in we have come to know and love (or hate). Remember those Flash Intros from about seven years ago? Looking back, those things are the equivalent of your website having a mullet. Since then, as designers we have learned to use the technology more judiciously as a design element rather than the design itself. Now with the non-Flash compliant iPhones and iPads from Apple selling like proverbial hotcakes, the Flash debate has come to a fever pitch again.
In this corner, Steve Jobs. Weighing in at three million iPads in 80 days, Steve has a rock hard stance regarding the omission of Flash in his “magical” devices. You can read it here. In the opposite corner is Adobe. Former best friends with Apple and heavy weight champion of the world wide web, Adobe’s Flash weighs in on millions of websites and is installed on 99% of all the browsers in the world. In what could be perceived as a knock-out punch, Adobe has just released Flash 10.1 for mobile devices. « Read the rest of this entry »