If you’ve visited a tech blog or even skimmed through your Twitter timeline recently, you probably know that wearable technology, like the Apple Watch or Google Glass, is making a huge splash in the tech industry.
You may be wondering how you could ever use a website the size of a postage stamp on a wearable....Continue Reading
Having worked in digital politics in a previous life, I observe elections these days with mixed feelings from a safe distance.
Working for political campaigns is hard, stressful and often demoralizing. The long hours rewarded with below market pay. But the highs are pretty high. When you are working on a political campaign it is your whole life for a time. ...Continue Reading
Chris, Mike, Ron, Shane, Teddy and I spent last week at Drupalcon Austin. We learned a lot, and ate our fair share of Mexican food and BBQ. Following is a list of our key takeaways from the trip.
(1) Drupal 8 won’t be released until sometime in 2015. ...Continue Reading
What makes a good website? About a hundred different things. But what’s a good start? Good organization, good design, good content.
Brick Factory is based in D.C., where you can’t go a block without passing half-a-dozen trade associations, so we were curious: which ones have the best websites?...Continue Reading
As someone who works in digital public affairs, I paid close attention to the emails that were sent out by the Obama campaign during the 2008 and 2012 election cycles and am now closely watching what is being sent out by Organizing for Action. The reason I’m paying attention is simple: the Obama folks know what works. ...Continue Reading