Background on The Iron Yard web design classes and what to look for from attending and graduating.
Foundation for Apps enables designers and developers to easily create multi-view web apps that look and feel like native apps and provide a seamless experience across all devices.
UMS Video Podcast: Giovanni talks with Jonathan Stark about his experiences redesigning the now well known project of the Entertainment Weekly website.
In this episode of BizCraft Carl and Gene talk with the fine gentlemen of The Dirt podcast about the death of originality in web design, commoditization of the low end of our market, the actual starting time of beer ‘o’ clock in Florida, and how our profession has responded to a proliferation of high quality and cheap design options.
There are many different ways to structure a contract, depending on what works for you, what works for your client and what type of work you’re doing, but there are some basic elements that are an essential part of every contract.
UMS Video Podcast: Giovanni talks Daniel Burka of Google Ventures about the fast prototyping approach they take to designing products.
Everyday technology is hurtling into the realm of science fiction, even magic, with new devices that are as surprising and delightful as they are useful. Josh Clark can help us sort it all out.
In this episode of BizCraft Carl and Gene talk about things going on in the web design business industry. How shops are struggling and some reasons why maybe
Anna’s business story is as insightful as her conference takeaways. She finished school, worked as a front end developer with the GS&F communications agency, resigned from that position to stay home with her almost 2 year-old son, and has now owned her own company for a little over a year.