Monthly Archives: July 2017
Data Pollution is a real phenomenon, and somehow we don’t think about it, or care about it very much. What is it? It is data that is redundant and/or doesn’t serve any real purpose. It only purpose is to exist. … Continue reading
I have often worked with people and companies who have used Bootstrap in their products. For several years people have used Bootstrap to make responsive, user friendly and fairly consistent looking web apps. Before I begin to talk about why … Continue reading
I have been in many situations where my customer was deciding whether to purchase an existing theme or make a new one from scratch. At first at my company we were doing both. We were making templates for customers and … Continue reading
A lot of my customers do not have a big budget for making their websites, and therefore they prefer to go with shared hosting companies like Godaddy and Bluehost. For less than $10 a month you can get a domain … Continue reading
From Webdam to Shutterstock: The framework that enabled Digital Asset Management for the Web (Part 2)
In case you missed it, here’s Part 1 WebDAM’s aquisition by Shutterstock marked the beginning of a whole new journey for WebDAM. The entire infrastructure of Shutterstock was suddenly available to WebDAM, and that brought an influx of tech and … Continue reading
From Webdam to Shutterstock: The framework that enabled Digital Asset Management for the Web (Part 1)
I started working with Webdam in 2012 when Steve Rabkin first asked me to help him work on his product, which was called WebDAM at that time. His vision was to provide a simple but useful Digital Asset Management app … Continue reading
I have started uploading some React Native tutorials that I hope others find useful. Here’s the latest one. Please follow my channel to stay up-to-date with my videos!
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