Global superstar, philanthropist and bestselling author Ricky Martin has launched PiccoloUniverse.com, a multi-lingual community website giving parents and caregivers from all around the world a place to celebrate and share the joys and struggles of raising children. And we designed and built the site!
As a creative director—just a creative person in general—I've had a lot of trouble lately producing work that I feel is up-to my acceptable level of quality. I feel like I haven't "created" anything for a long time.
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By far the lengthiest session I attended at SXSW, “CSS3: Beyond the Basics” spanned nearly three hours while presenting the future of CSS.
A good amount of chatter in the Twitterverse is always reserved for the naysayers that question cross-browser compatibility, “but does it work in IE?” “does it require a browser prefix?”, etc. This session wasn’t tailored to answer those questions; cross-browser compatibility issues are obvious when dealing with a(n) new/upcoming web standard.
Here are my notes from the "Death of Relational Databases" from SXSW on March 13, 2011 by Hank Williams, Founder and CEO of Kloudco
This was a great session for anyone interested in learning why relational databases are being replaced with more robust ways of storing data. This was not an extremely technical session, so if you are already working with document-oriented databases you probably are aware of this content.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. The #1 reason for a delayed site launch is usually because there is a delay in having all of the content created, approved, gathered and delivered. It's just one of those things that always seems much easier than it really is. So clients and web teams usually don't pay as much attention to it as they should. Especially early on in the process.