Jazz is all about breaking the rules in ways that enhance the music and make it come alive. Jazz is hot; it swings, it jives, it improvises, and it bucks convention to do this. Programming is like Jazz in a sense, sometimes you need to break the rules or improvise to make a harmonious website.
Crafting professional emails is an essential skill in today’s information-based and highly competitive world. Understanding proper conventions and avoiding internet faux pas makes a huge difference in how others perceive you and your business so your emails are taken seriously and don’t get ignored or dumped in the spam folder.
First, let me introduce you to the Wikipedia definition of a Content Management System or CMS. Wikipedia says that, “A content management system (CMS) is a computer application that allows publishing, editing and modifying content, organizing, deleting as well as maintenance from a central interface….”
My family and I are having a nice new house built for us out on the other side of town but we’ve sold our old house already and are now living with my in-laws. So far it’s a nice experience for everyone, most of all for my four-year-old daughter who can now spend endless hours prizing treats and iPad games from her Grandma.
You have a new product but who wants to buy it? You could dress it up with a nicely designed logo, roll it out and hope for the best but what would happen next? Casting a new product or service out into the marketplace might feel like a lottery but it doesn’t have to be that way.
So, Jesse has been hounding me to write a bit about User Experience (UX to some) for quite a while and I was struggling with where to begin with it. It’s a huge, vast, (and quite honestly at this point) subjective concept and for the longest time I just didn’t know where to begin.