Ridiculous isn’t it to say “IE first”, yet in the olden days of web development when browser compatibility was no such thing – web designers had to think like this, to create a web presenceContinue Reading
Email as a Mobile Engagement Strategy?
I have found this great app for my iPhone. It’s a great newsreader, it pushes essential blog posts so I can catch up even when disconnected, it connects me to Twitter and Facebook, I canContinue Reading
The cool web kids are social, is your CMS ready to hang with them?
This week I had the pleasure of returning to an old haunt as I was asked to present at Gilbane Boston. I say ‘old haunt’ as I was actually completely blindsided by the fact itContinue Reading
Is your Audience Through the Social Media Keyhole?
According to the latest Social Media Report by Neilsen (respected monitoring/research company) Americans are now spending more time on Facebook than they are on any other website. American internet users spent 53.5 billion minutes onContinue Reading
The Answer to Every Web Content Publishing Problem Is a Bicycle?
A couple of things have inspired this post, firstly Quora’s insistence that the answer to every CMS question is Drupal, (actually more correctly the communities answer to every question) and a chance encounter of a fellowContinue Reading
Who Will Buy This Web Engagement?
As the holidays approach, my SKY+ hard disk (PVR/Tivo thing) is brimming with movies ready for the onset of quality time with my young family. Perhaps our viewing pleasure as I recuperated from what IContinue Reading
On Shanty Towns, Bulldozers, Cats and Website Consolidation…
This blog post is inspired by an excellent conversation I had with my colleague Scott Liewehr a few days ago, about the challenges of managing multiple sites – that ended with the comment “that soundsContinue Reading
I was delighted to recently be asked to comment on a paper by Robert Rose over at Big Blue Moose as he dives into the waters of analysis and research with his first paper –Continue Reading
On the Jon Marks EPFDW Dilemma
Jon Marks (@mcboof) has set a challenge to vendors on his blog – to prioritize various elements of what makes a great CMS product, to choose between Editors, Performance, Features, Developers and producing Websites. I know,Continue Reading