Design

New Modular pi-top Laptop Launches to Set Kids Up for Future RealWire Fri, 10/13/2017 - 22:18

Education technology company pi-top today launched a brand new modular laptop designed to make experimenting, coding and building electronics, simple and fun. The new pi-top laptop is a powerful platform that is ideal for both consumers and students and includes a “sliding” keyboard that allows users to access and engage with internal components and upgrade with kits for a host of inventions and experiments.

Introducing CMS Report "Lite"

Earlier this year we rebranded the website CMS Report to this site, socPub. The website's new identity has allowed me, article contributors, and our readers to explore topics well outside the norm of conversations surrounding content management systems. Although we're going through a bit of growing pains with establishing a new identity under socPub, I'm fully committed to this new website. The change has been good for me and I'm once again inspired to write on topics that interest me.

The Next Progression of Your Website: The Case for Progressive Web Apps Rebecca Shipley Sun, 09/10/2017 - 13:10

In combining the best components of mobile apps with the best components of websites, progressive Web apps (PWAs) offer a new, exciting way to engage with consumers via the mobile web. These PWAs function as websites that allow users to view them and interact with them as they would do with a mobile app. They do not have to be online in order to work, which enables them to be used at any time, on any device, and from any web browser. Each and every person who goes to a particular PWA will access the same version of the site.

SendGrid Improves Email Marketing Editor Experience Bryan Ruby Fri, 08/04/2017 - 06:19

While I may be an old dog with decades of experience utilizing websites for marketing purposes, I'm more like a newborn puppy when it comes to email marketing. Until a couple years ago, I never utilized email campaigns or email newsletters in hopes to get more visits to my websites. My current email marketing service provider is MailChimp, but there is another customer communication platform that is on my radar, Colorado-based SendGrid.

4 Common Mistakes of Small Business Web Design Guest Author Wed, 08/02/2017 - 16:32

While the purpose of good web design is to make the user experience informative, useful, interesting, and enjoyable, it is quite common to find web developers tripping over basic design concepts that result in a negative impact on the ROI. Let’s take a look at some of the common mistakes that you must not make while developing a small business website.

Nuxeo Releases New Web UI for the Nuxeo Platform Bryan Ruby Thu, 07/27/2017 - 18:14

Nuxeo has announced the release of Web UI, a brand new web client for the Nuxeo Platform. Nuxeo’s Web UI is built on a modern JavaScript stack (Polymer), leveraging Web Components to provide a responsive, configurable and extensible user interface that delivers a compelling new user experience (UX).

CMS Report is now socPub

We're no longer yesterday's CMS Report. Less than ten days ago, I started the process to migrate this website's content management system from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8. During the migration I decided it was also time for a rebrand by listing the site under a new name and a new domain. We're now socPub and registered under the domain socpub.com.

What does socPub mean? Absolutely, nothing.

Northplains announces integration with ShotFlow One

Streamlining workflow from photo studio to creative teams.

TORONTO, ON, April 6, 2017 – Northplains has announced an integration partnership with Shotflow One from Capture Integration, to accelerate campaign creative processes. The result of this application-level integration, says Northplains, is a seamless workflow that delivers what the company calls “smart” images from the studio into the hands of creatives. Northplains describes these as images already containing rich descriptive information with the asset file itself, in the form of metadata. 

4 Web Design Trends that will Change the Face of Small Businesses

Can you remember how the first websites looked like? Some looked funny while others appeared complicated enough to launch a rocket in the moon. A couple of years down the line, significant changes are evident. Modern websites are not only sleek but also user friendly. They also contain answers to most of our daily needs. That is enough. We might want to say customers have reaped huge benefits from such changes, but the truth is business owners have gained even more.

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