It’s been a week since the release of Nintendo’s newest Pokémon game and it’s rapidly taking over parks, sidewalks, and millions of landmarks across the World. With more daily users than Twitter in the United States and aspiring Pokémasters taking to social media to share pictures of wild Pokémon, it is nearly impossible to have missed out on the craze. For those still out of the loop, a brief overview of the game can be found on Vox.
With our first trip to Austin for SXSW, we tried to hit a variety of sessions that could apply to a wide range of our clients and readers. Below is a quick sxsw recap, but first, some fun facts we learned!
We are half-way through the first month of 2015, the holidays have passed and the new year dust has settled. It is now time to push forward and get serious about making better business decisions that will keep your company succeeding not only in 2015, but well into the future.
For starters, we’ve put together a ‘2015 Brand Resolutions’ checklist of sorts, with some stats to help explain why each item is worth pursuing if you haven’t yet.
By now I’m sure you’ve heard a million times – if your business doesn’t have a mobile website, you should. We’ve discussed the importance of being accessible on mobile – how you are missing out on a very large consumer segment if you aren’t, and given a number of statistics to support this claim.
So you’ve got a mobile or responsive website, now what?
It’s important to make sure your audience is getting the best possible user-friendly experience when visiting your site. A user-friendly experience means a user will stay on your site longer, easily find what they are looking for and come away with a positive experience. All of these things work in your favor toward earning you more business.
We’ve put together an infographic that highlights the top mobile website best practices, so you can make sure your mobile website does it right.
We know there are a seemingly countless number of apps out there available at your very fingertips, from games to music to alarm clocks, there literally is ‘an app for that’. So, we thought we would help you navigate through some of them and point you toward some apps that you may not know about and perhaps find useful. Read the Rest
Before we dive in, let’s make sure we’re on the same page. Responsive design is a web design and development strategy that implements fluid design elements allowing a site to adapt or respond to varying screen sizes and resolutions. In simplest terms – it works on mobile phones, it works on tablets, it works on “phablets” (big phones or little tablets), it works on netbooks, it works on laptops, it works on desktops, it can even work on smart televisions. It eliminates the need for a separate design and unique code for every new device that enters the market (which seemingly happens daily!). Read the Rest
By Matt Kreikemier / @callmegoon tl;dr My resolution this year is to write more. Prioritize content creation vs. my overindulgent content consumption. My plan for success… Wednesday and Friday are “contribution” days. I can only create content on contribution days. The rest of the days are “consumption” days. I’m allowed to consume content on consumption […]