1. The Importance of Mobile-Responsive Website Design

    Your website is composed of engaging content that is search engine optimization friendly, you’ve alt tagged your photos to the hilt […]

  2. Learning About Learning

    Before I began web-development work a few years ago,  I was a graphic designer in the print world. I wanted to […]

  3. Unexpected Lessons at WordCamp Nashville

    WordCamp Nashville, an annual conference focusing on all things WordPress, took place in mid-September this year. Although I’ve participated and […]

  4. Laracon 2016 Takeaways!

    I recently returned from my first Laracon, Northern Kentucky’s largest Laravel developer conference, and I had an incredibly interesting and […]

  5. Why Your Website Is Like a Car

    You have a website. You either paid someone money to create it or you paid with your own time to […]

  6. Learn Adventurously at Professional Conferences

    First, I’ll show you a map. Then, you’ll see where I’m going with it. The map In our print publication […]

  7. Reaching Your Event Audience in Real Time

    I’m asked all the time from clients for new ideas for reaching their audiences. That’s to be expected; it’s much […]

  8. 5 Ways to Make the Right New Year’s Resolutions for Your Business

    While thinking about your personal New Year’s resolutions, make business ones, too. Here are 5 tips to make strong ones for 2014.

  9. Did you get my message? When to text, email or pick up the darn phone

    Is the phone call really dead? Is texting the only way to go? How to use all the communication tools at your disposal to get your message across the right way.

  10. The 411 on Coin

    Coin is a swipeable card that houses all your cards – debit, credit, rewards, gifts – in one card. How can it work for you?

  11. The Minuum Project

    In my last blog we looked at speech recognition and its growth as an alternative to the keyboard and the […]

  12. Can You Hear Me?

    While primitive working versions of this speech recognition technology have been around since the 1950s in laboratory settings, recent advances have enabled its practical application in a growing array of consumer uses.