Guest post: crucial missed steps when testing new websites

Written by Mike on September 30, 2014

Building and launching websites and web applications is never an easy process – it never seems to fail that something breaks just as the site launches or moments after. It’s happened to me a few times – but this post from the folks at QASymphony walk you through some steps to watch out for.


A Time and Place for CAPTCHAs

Written by Mike on September 29, 2014

Sadly, we still live in a web world where we need to protect our sign-up, contact and registration forms with anti-spam technologies like the dreaded CAPTCHA.


In Search Of An Awesome WordPress Developer

Written by Mike on September 10, 2014

I am on the search for a great WordPress and PHP developer to join our award-winning Integrated Marketing & Communications team here at John Carroll University, a Jesuit, Catholic University in Cleveland, Ohio.


Dropbox Revamps Pro Plans

Written by Mike on September 2, 2014

Last week, Dropbox revamped their pro plan and is now offering a staggering 1TB of data for $9.99 a month, matching the price Google charges.


Hyperlapse: a higher-ed marketing disruptor?

Written by Mike on August 27, 2014

On Tuesday, August 26, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, released a new app called Hyperlapse, an app for taking long videos, compressing them and stabilizing them.