Katie Tabler - May 15, 2017
Welcome back! In Part 1 of this post, we posed perhaps the most important question in project definition and estimation: Why? It is certainly not the only question that needs to be answered up front, but having a solid Why, makes it significantly easier for us to help determine the How. In Part 2 of this blog, we will take a deeper dive into the other important questions and answers to have at the ready, which will [usually] empower clients to have more control in reducing budget.
Katie Tabler - May 02, 2017
Disclaimer: For the sake of moving forward with my intended thesis, let us assume that you do not have an inexhaustible budget, nor have you a need for a technology agency like BlueModus to take the reins on managing your web projects from a research and discovery phase all the way through to project launch.
BlueModus News - April 28, 2017
This month, as part of its ongoing Giveback program, BlueModus has donated $500 toward the Alzheimer's Association, the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support, and research.
BlueModus News - April 18, 2017
The Kentico Roadshow—a series of one-day events taking place in cities across the globe, will be making one of its stops in Denver, Colorado, just a few weeks from now. BlueModus, as a top Kentico Solution partner for over a decade, and currently ranked as the #1 Global Kentico Partner worldwide, is thrilled to be attending this upcoming event in our home state.
Tom Whittaker - April 11, 2017
From functionality and appearance to navigation and coding integrity, a lot goes into redesigning an eye-catching, user-friendly website. It doesn’t end there, either. Web developers and designers must collaborate to produce websites that can be easily found by search engines, engage customers, and stimulate conversions.
Planning a website redesign? The following tips will guide you through some things to consider before you get started.
BlueModus News - March 27, 2017
As part of its ongoing Giveback program, BlueModus has donated $500 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, a charity which works to feed hungry people and solve hunger issues in Middle and West Tennessee, and is a partner program of Feeding America.
Brant Cline - March 16, 2017
When I recently read this article by Greystone, discussing the benefits of merging a CRM and a CMS into a single platform, I thought to myself: “Finally, some validation!”
Ok, that’s an exaggeration. The idea of combining a CMS with a CRM to create an integrated digital marketing and user experience platform is certainly not a new idea, and in fact the CMS/CRM marriage is a fairly simple example of what some are calling the “Digital Marketing Stack”.
Nik Friedman TeBockhorst - March 02, 2017
Nik Friedman TeBockhorst
Technical debt…it's a necessary part of any development project. Depending on your point of view, technical debt is either a term of art, or a euphemism used by programmers, that indicates those pieces of a programming solution that could use some extra attention, but are good enough for now. But no matter your opinion, it's crucial you repay this debt, or it may come back to haunt you.
BlueModus News - February 23, 2017
As part of its ongoing Giveback program, BlueModus has donated $500 to the Denver Public Schools Foundation this month. The Foundation is the fundraising partner of the Denver Public School system. Its mission is to generate resources, build relationships, and champion public education, in order to impact system-wide achievement and help every child succeed.
Neil Eddy - February 13, 2017
Web development has never been more advanced and fast moving than it is today. In light of agile development, complex e-commerce sites, heavily customized role-based content, and the continual drive to better engage end users, we've created a serious need for more advanced development strategies. Often, one casualty of this rapid advancement is Quality Assurance testing…and when that process fails, it can have major consequences for your site and its bottom line.