12 years ago, Friendster debuted.
Since then, the number of social networks has exploded.
And in the past few years, so too have the opportunities for social advertising: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+.
It can be a little overwhelming.
Americans spend 37 minutes each day on social media,...Continue Reading
A few weeks ago I wrote a somewhat frivolous post that used 11 animated gifs to explain what it is like to build a website for a client. I wanted to loop back and write a bit more substantively about the review phase of a project (represented in gif 9),...Continue Reading
Building websites is hard work. And a lot of it isn’t that much fun.
To help explain the process, we’ve put together this tongue and cheek post that explains how we typically feel during the various stages of a web development process. Since we build sites for clients,...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