Google, not surprisingly, is the most popular search engine by far and will be serving the majority of your potential clients with page results when they perform a search on the services you offer or the products you manufacture or sell. Google, in fact, handles over 80% of the market share among search engines, with Bing and Yahoo in a very distant second and third place handling 8.76% and 7.77% respectively.
This is a quick, easy tutorial for creating a glowing reflection.
Document-oriented (or schema-less) databases such as CouchDB and MongoDB have received a lot of attention lately in the form of the NoSQL movement and many new articles, books and websites.
Here at Level2 we love our clients, but sometimes a client comes along that has to have their way or else. Here are a few mistakes that clients make and what you can do about it as a designer...
The old saying, “You get what you pay for” is very reflective in the IT industry. The IT industry is probably one of the most fragmented industries and scarily it is one of the most important. It touches every other industry, and without quality implementation and support of IT systems a business can fail or not compete successfully.
A social network service focuses on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people, e.g., who share interests and/or activity
As you can see it’s a very broad topic. I will explain how it works in the interests of most consumer product marketers and the relationship of social networking to their consumers...
When designing a new web site, one of the decisions that must be made is which content management system to use. There are a plethora of CMS’s out there to choose from and it’s important to know the features which will be incorporated into the web site when choosing a CMS. Each CMS varies in features offered such as ease of setup, user friendliness, server and language compatibility, extensibility, as well as many more features. Expression Engine is one CMS that comes built in with many of these useful features.
A few months ago I got the opportunity to attend an event at CUNY Brooklyn College called AdVersity featuring guest speaker Creative Director/Writer Kash Sree, with work to the likes of Nike(A lot of Nike), Nintendo, Vaseline, De Beers, Purell, Visene, Kleenex, Neosporin. A couple TV Spots that he was Creative Director for you may be familiar with is Nike – Tiger Woods Hackey Sack, Nike “Tag”, and Nintendo “School’s Out”… the list goes on. His speech really altered my perspective on advertising and the whole industry in general.
We all have our good skills and our not so good ones. I feel that everyone should have goals or projects on correcting these not so good ones. Right now my project is trying to get organized and become better with managing my time. The priorities have to come first, but how do you list your priorities when they are all important?
All of the above are required to have a successful website. The combination of all 4, which I call the marketing mix involves many different strategies.
Computers are like cars; there are short term and long term maintenance that needs to be done to keep it running smoothly. Windows does come with maintenance tools that checks for consistency and they can help prolong the use and dependability of your computer.
According to Dr. Alloway, Facebook can help improve your memory skills while micro-blogging and texting could weaken those skills. Go figure!
After I switched to a Mac OS X, there was still a void in the application department, again leaving people with either Dreamweaver, or TextEdit. Until 2007 that is. Panic Software released Coda, an all in one application that provided a top notch FTP program, built in SSL terminal, and complimentary copies of several E-Reference books to use while programming.
Of course the Buzz on the internet these days is Microblogging and Social Networking but what about good old fashioned Blog Marketing. Newsflash…it hasn't gone anywhere and is still impacting the internet market significantly.
One of the most underused and not well known features of CSS is the "text-transform" property. This handly little feature can save a lot of time for people who write blogs or web articles when it comes to making text all capitalized, all lowercase, or even capitalizing the first letter of all words...