St. Peter’s Square in 2005 and 2013. What a difference 8 years makes.
I spy a RAZR. This is amazing.
My dad told me very early on in life that it matters what others say about you, which of course is absolutely right. At some point or another, you will need someone to vouch for your skills and abilities. It will help to have people in your corner. At the same time, it’s just as […]Read more "Blog Post: What Your Content Says About You"
I can only imagine the looks you must have given that headline. Many of us still have issue making sure the DVR doesn’t cut off the fourth quarter of our favorite game, how could we possible be building our own mobile devices? According to this article from Pocket Now, Motorola is rumored to be allowing […]Read more "Blog Post: Would You Build Your Own Phone?"
Because I could not have written it any better, please check out this great read from Wired on how 2013 is the year for mobile commerce. Of course, I have written in the past that this may or may not be the case. I think there are sufficient arguments either way for now until some […]Read more "Blog Post: Improve Commerce With Your Mobile Strategy"
In all honesty, I was drawn to the title of this post on Smashing Magazine because of my affinity for the Minimum Viable Product. In it, the author describes a way to gauge the progress of a website design and then add functionality after it accomplishes it’s primary need. What a way to approach product […]Read more "Blog Post: Minimum User Design"
I am admittedly not a history fan. As much as tried, I could not get into the stories of old that helped shape our world into the place we currently live in. I had no skin in the game when it came to a war beginning, dynasty falling apart, or civilizations created. It was all […]Read more "Blog Post: What Is Your ‘Phase Zero’?"
I love the internet. Scratch that, I love the internet press. This headline from yesterday’s Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement says it all. Hands On With The Galaxy SIV – A Minor Refresh Of The Galaxy SIII Notice the word minor. If there was any prevailing opinion across the blogosphere last night as I was perusing articles, […]Read more "Blog Post: Another Announcement To Disappoint"
By that headline, I do not mean that you need to stick a back button at the top of your website. I do not refer to that solution to mock. As I mentioned yesterday, some companies just don’t have a use for a native mobile app in their product line. If mobile websites are the […]Read more "Blog Post: Appify Your Mobile Site"
Since this forum is new, I have been super nervous about writing on this topic. Nobody is writing about the specifics of mobile strategies because they want companies to pay them for that information. Maybe it’s considered too honest to write about many of the ideas at this juncture, because while everyone is trying to […]Read more "Blog Post: What Your Mobile Strategy Isn’t"
For many of you, hearing about South By Southwest happened in the last 10 years. It’s understandable, regional festivals (other than say Woodstock or Lollapalooza) were just reasons to get college students together to smoke weed and rock out. For me, to be honest, we kind of snickered at the event yearly. Of course, I […]Read more "Blog Post: Technology Is Driving The Ever-Evolving Social Contract – SXSW Interactive"