2012 NAB Preview: How Will it Impact Our Work?

Every year, more than 150,000 people in the broadcast video industry converge on sin city to ooh and aah at the latest cameras, monitors, and broadcast goodies. For the past several years, the migration to all things digital and HD … Read More

Managing A Crisis, Some Thoughts…

A crisis isn’t always an obvious situation. If an earthquake occurs, everyone knows the gravity of the issue. If a company’s services are failing or changing, the issue may creep up on the organization, until suddenly, it’s a crisis. After … Read More

Don’t Forget to Listen to Your Customers

As 2011 winds down, I spend considerable time evaluating where we’ve been and where we need to go in the coming year. As much as possible, I visit with clients and ask questions, so I can get a better feel … Read More

R|Com WebManager 5

Web Solutions // Content Management Systems / CMS Options / R|Com WebManager 5 / design – features – performance – FAQ Today, a website needs to be much more than a digital brochure. Today, customers want to research, evaluate, query, … Read MoreRead More

Can Social Media Help Save Ford?

But Ford is truly using the downturn in the economy and the drama with its Detroit cousins to get up and deliver. While quality may have been their long-term mantra, Social Media may now be at the top of their marketing agenda. … Read More

Design Considerations

One of the most important things when creating any design is to consider the office of origin. It’s no good putting together a set of modern design elements when the client is an organization that centers on history – basic … Read More

Creating Custom Web Application Budgets

One of our challenges involves the creation of budgets for custom web application budgets. The reason is that web development is, basically, unpredictable. There are typically three elements to web application budget development: database expense, application expense, and UI (user … Read More