One Site to Rule Them All: Embracing Mobile Responsive Website and Application Design

There was a time when building a website meant first defining your canvas. What did the latest browser stats tell you about your visitors. Were low resolution monitors being sufficiently crowded out by those wiley, seductive widescreen monitors? In the bad old days, we would make the decision—usually arbitrarily as the web browser stats are Read More »

  
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Slaying the Hydra: Stop Project Drag and Reduce Future Tech Costs

Stop me when this starts to sound familiar: You call your tech team with a few simple website changes. It couldn’t possibly take longer than an hour to complete right? The next day you get the dreaded response: “Yeah, that’s going to take us about 8-10+ hours to implement AND we’re going to have to Read More »

  
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The Dreaded Scope Creep — Trying to Avoid the Inevitable

Business owners pay for it. Project Managers get headaches over it. And developers say “I told you so” when it happens. Scope creep. I define it as pretty much any extra work that is required beyond the original estimates to complete a project. It reaches us all in the software development world, and not in Read More »

  
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