Notify stands to transform how you monitor your email.
For some of our projects at work, we use a content management system like Drupal, Joomla or WordPress to run our websites. This allows our clients to add or edit content more easily, and it also eliminates a lot of custom coding by a developer. A CMS (to learn more about content management systems, check[…]
While at Resource Interactive, I took training in and worked on several products with the ATG product suite. ATG is at the core an e-commerce solutions provider, with a stated goal as follows: Our goal: to power the world’s most engaging and rewarding online shopping experiences. We are our customers’ first stop in providing the[…]
In his first book, Designing the Obvious, Robert Hoekman, Jr. described seven core tenets of great Web application design: Build only what’s necessary Quickly turn beginning users into intermediates Prevent errors whenever possible and handle the errors we cannot prevent gracefully Reduce and refine interactions and task flows until even the most complicated applications are[…]
‘What’s more mobile than the American Automobile Association’, I found myself thinking as I was stranded on the side of the road last night. Evidently, the unique benefits to mobile haven’t yet come to AAA Colorado. However, I had some time to consider it for them:
I have been a fan of Joshua Porter and his writings over at the Bokardo Blog for quite awhile. When he announced that he’d written a book, Designing for the Social Web, I knew I wanted to read it. It’s taken me a year since its release, but I finally was able to read it,[…]
The inevitable business card exchange occurs at a networking event. You meet Jay Simpson, who tells you he’s an IT director. IT? What does that even mean anymore?
The Adaptive Path book “Subject to Change” quite literally landed on my desk to review. As a long-time fan of the work of Jesse James Garrett and the folks at Adaptive Path, I was eager to read this book on “creating great products and services for an uncertain world” right away. Several years ago when[…]
At Web Directions North ’09, Rachel Hinman from Adaptive Path presented an inspiring session on the Mobile User Experience (further cementing my adoration for everything the Adaptive Path folks touch). One comment that she made (slide 84, below) was that on the web we can annotate expectations. In accessibility, we’re explicitly told not to rely[…]
Yes, I know that as a good social media aficionado I should be following Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee on twitter). He’s an Internet celebrity, largely as a result of his daily webcast about wine, and is recognized as a visionary in the arena of online marketing and social media. I’ll never learn much from Gary directly,[…]