In this week in web, Google Glass got a new start, Facebook invaded the office, but China did not invade the U.S., Blackberry made an embarrassing tweet, surveys on responsive design were inconsistent, New Orleans taxi companies fought back against Uber and Elon Musk planned to make life better for future visitors to Mars.
Over the past 5 years we’ve witnessed major chain stores like Blockbuster fall pray to Netflix, and Barnes & Noble struggle to compete in the e-book market after its Nook e-reader was overshadowed by more popular devices from Apple and Amazon.
In furthering our skills in becoming better writers, as well as starting up the LevelTen book club again, we were assigned to read Everybody Writes by Ann Handley. If you have read our blog, you might have noticed that our content comes from all of our employees, and not everyone has a writing background.
I searched far and wide to bring you great Drupal 8 presentations. These videos provide great examples of where Drupal is headed, why change is important and what you can expect when migrating to Drupal 8.
The web is getting more beautiful and user-friendly everyday. Many design trends that we see today began years ago, and we are watching them continue to evolve. Let’s examine how current trends will evolve in 2015, and what new trends will emerge.
In this video, I discuss how to determine the value of content for individual pages within your website. As you begin to understand the value of each piece of content, you can better determine which twenty percent of your efforts generate eighty percent of your marketing results.
The year is coming to an end, which leads to a new year with new trends and technology advances. In recent weeks, I have come across some interesting takes on what various marketers believe will be trending in the marketing industry in 2015. Today, I will share my favorite articles below.