Before you can know the how, there are a few things that should be done. First, you should formally evaluate your business needs. Once you've done that, you can seek a solution to the problem.Read More
Over the past few months we’ve been refining our process as to how we begin new projects and engage new clients. We’d like to share some of that insight. (If you’re a potential new client, or a developer/shop looking to see how other companies operate, this post is for you).
As a collective, we’ve been involved with web development and eCommerce projects for about 15 years. We’ve been through the painful process of estimating jobs: the RFP process, vague client-written requirements, loose estimates that are taken as real numbers, and everything in between.Read More
Join us on Monday, September 16, 2013 for a web-focused Small Business Improvement Breakfast and Seminar from Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz.Read More
Artist Mike DeWolfe melted and warped over 20 black computer keyboards to create his “Throne of Nerds,” a tribute to the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones.Read More
A short film about what's inside Play-Doh. Interestingly enough, the film was not done using claymation, but instead with 3D rendering.Read More
Designer/builder/artist Gregory Kloehn has decided to repurpose a dumpster into an actual home.It’s got a toilet, stove, and sink, as well as a sloped roof that can be levered up to reveal windows and doubles as a deck for seating. Quick test
If you're a fan of Breaking Bad, then this is probably the greatest thing ever. The kids are awesome and the character impersonations are spot on.Read More