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Generation Z: Digital Natives are Changing the Marketing Industry
July 5th, 2017

Meet Generation Z. Also dubbed “digital natives,” Gen-Z’ers are people born after the mid 90’s. They represent a staggering one fourth of the American population and are the most internet-savvy generation yet. But they’re not millennials and be careful not … Read More

The Great Debate: Which Web Browser Reigns Supreme?
July 5th, 2017

As you probably already know, when you buy a new device– whether it’s a phone, tablet, or computer– it comes with its own set of pre-installed settings and applications, including a web browser. With Microsoft PCs, you’ll often find that … Read More

Top Web Design Trends of 2017
June 6th, 2017

The world of digital design is ever-changing. From bold neon colors and large text to animations zipping across the screen, businesses and web designers are always looking for the next big thing they can use to catch (and keep) the … Read More

CMS: What Is It and Do I Need It for My Website?
June 6th, 2017

Modern website creation and maintenance often includes the selection of a Content Management System (CMS). But, what exactly is a CMS and what do they do? A content management system or CMS is a program that supports the creation, management, … Read More

Web Accessibility and Making Your Website Disability-Friendly
June 6th, 2017

Navigating the web can often be frustrating for even the savviest of users. Imagine trying to do so with impaired hearing, sight, or another disability. Seems difficult, right? Every day, inaccessible web design prevents people in the disabled community from … Read More

Newsletter Article Header: The Good, the Bad, and the Why
What Makes a Good Tech Ad?
May 26th, 2017

Sense, make it. I’ve recently looked at the best and the worst tech ads of the year, and aside from those that just chose some unfortunate wording, that’s the key difference. The best commercials showed the real advantages of the … Read More

Is Amazon Going In Reverse?
May 26th, 2017

Online Retailers vs. Brick and Mortar The history of the bookstore has had its ups and downs. Not a fairy tale, to be sure. In the 1990’s, the independent book stores were very concerned about the big chains like Borders … Read More

Information Technology Law: Fake Security Software
May 26th, 2017

Is fake security software legal? As advances made in the technological sector are happening rapidly, so are changes being made in the way that legal decisions and precedents deal with the advances. The Internet has numerous grey areas based on legality … Read More

Social Media = Quality Control?
May 26th, 2017

For those companies trying to figure out how to use emerging… Read More

Managing Reality 2.0
May 26th, 2017

The internet is a second reality where users create persona’s and garner reputations separate from those earned in the physical, day-to-day world.  In Reality 2.0 – Web Edition, online reputations and presences can have absolutely nothing to do with Reality … Read More

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