Blueprint Goes Responsive: Part 2
A few weeks ago I started blogging about our process to make our company blog and website responsive. I'm happy to report that we are making steady progress. My marching order from our initial kickoff was to roughly mock up what the blog would look like at our smallest breakpoint, 320px wide, as a guide for our initial functional prototype. Well, after a quick start, I decided to take a step back and wireframe some directions so our team could collaborate and decide on some key things:
Blueprint Goes Responsive
We always aim to be responsive to what our clients need and want, but these days, that’s not enough. Now even our website will be responsive! It’s not responsive yet, but this week we kicked off our effort to make it so.
We thought it might be instructive to share our ideas and process with you as we go. So this will be our first of a series of posts on this topic. Learn with us as we learn!
Manage Your Campaigns With Facebook's New Pages App
With all this IPO hype it's hard not to talk about Facebook. Facebook is soon to be releasing its third iPhone app following the Facebook Messenger App. It's already available in New Zealand, Austrailia, Canada and soon to be in the USA.
Capturing Iceland One Photo App at a Time
Segja ostur! That's "Say Cheese" in Icelandic - a phrase I never said on my recent trip because A) everyone in Iceland speaks English and B) Icelandic is REALLY HARD TO PRONOUNCE CORRECTLY.
But that didn't stop me from taking an inane amount of photos - and testing the creative boundaries of my iPhone when combined with the free wireless on the tour busses. So, while I'd spent $500 on a nice new camera, it turned out I could have gotten by with just these photo apps:
Payment processor Venmo makes giving your money away even easier (and fun)!
It's 6pm. On a Wednesday. You and some colleagues have decided to quench your parched throats and fill your empty bellies after an exhausting day of creating spreadsheets and watching Hulu on company time. To the local watering hole you embark, for the age-honored ritual known as the Happy Hour. The next couple of hours are spent ordering rounds of discounted beers, cocktails, wings, and burgers, except for Jenny in accounting, who had to get the fish sandwich because it was Ash Wednesday, and Chris in sales, who was trying to show off in front of that new intern by ordering Scotch (and then casually throwing out descriptions of its flavor every so often, just in case you cared). So, the evening draws to a close, and the sobering moment of truth arrives – the dreaded bar tab.
Timelines on Your iPhone
With the latest Facebook version 4.1 on the iPhone, users can view profiles with timelines enabled.
3 Awesome Custom Siri Commands
Too lazy to get up and change the temperature of your house? Make Siri do it. There is no doubt that Apple’s Siri included in the IPhone 4S has some groundbreaking functionality. If you are not familiar with Siri, it’s a technology that allows you to ask your phone questions or issue it commands using your voice. Ever imagine what else you can make it do?
Mobile video is on the rise - new statistics
No doubt about it – mobile video is on the rise, and growth is expected to continue at a good clip for the foreseeable future. Check out some new statistics.
iPhone SLR Mount Satisfies Photography Enthusiasts
Do you own SLR camera lenses? Do you own an iPhone? Whether you answered yes or no to the previous questions if you like taking photos and want to take your iPhone to the next level, you may want to check out Photojojo’s new iPhone SLR Mount. This accessory allows you to attach lenses to you iPhone turning it into your own personal Digital SLR.
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