The Question Holds the Answer

  • March 12, 2015
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Q: How many Art Directors does it take to screw in a light bulb? A: Does it have to be a light bulb? It’s a joke of course, but it’s worth asking the question for the simple fact that you might come up with a different answer had you never asked. One of my favorite […]

Naming a Company

  • March 6, 2015
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Bootstrap Marketing for Startups Naming a Company (part 1 of 4) So… you have a new business. : ) Statistically speaking, you also have a lack of funds to spend on marketing. But fear not—good ideas come in many shapes and sizes. For my friends at CBIC, here’s a quick guide to set you on […]

5 Practical Tips for Software Design

By now, you’ve experienced the wonder of web-based software. Virtually everyone in the modern world uses it when they get online. A few examples include online banking, maps, web-based email, photo-sharing sites and Facebook. Web-based software does just about anything you can imagine with data. For the most part, well-designed software doesn’t make you aware […]

Real Estate Websites

The Beauty of Uniqueness In a world of data overload, real estate is an industry that has one of the highest rates of data exposure to its clients. That can be good or bad, depending on your perspective. A Realtor’s website typically relies on the same data as all of the other real estate websites. […]

3 Steps to Choosing an E-Commerce Solution

In the past several months, we had the opportunity to work with four different e-commerce shopping cart packages. We compared ZenCart, CRELoaded, OpenCart and Magento. All carts are open source, meaning that the code is completely editable by professionals. CRELoaded is supported by a single company whereas the other three are supported by a community […]