Girl Power

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Recently, Bean Creative (and I, personally) had the pleasure of hosting a local Girl Scout troop in our studio after hours to talk about what we do, and how we do our work. The main focus of the meet-up was how we build apps, but I was sure to include a little push for HTML5 in the mix. Continue reading 
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Should your event have its own website?

Event-specific websites... yes or no? Here are main benefits of using a separate events website.

Event-specific websites... yes or no? Here are main benefits of using a separate events website.

I recently had a conversation with several association executives on the topic of whether it's best to have a separate event website. What are the pros and cons of this popular strategy? I'm glad you asked! Continue reading 
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Five tenets of gamification planning

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We just presented at ASAE’s annual meeting on how incorporate game strategy to increase participation, loyalty, user generated content and interaction. Here are 5 tips to get started: Continue reading 
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What is “Personal Information” under COPPA?

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It's been a year since our post on the revised COPPA regulations going into effect. Are you still unsure what types of data equals “personal information” and triggers COPPA’s requirements? Continue reading 
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Five key considerations for associations looking to ditch all-in-one tech platforms

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blog-small-device-big-expectationsUsing a single system to run your association’s CMS, AMS, events, community tools, etc. is rarely effective. Here’s how to lay the foundation for an ideal tech back-end. Continue reading

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Why is “game” still a naughty word in museums?

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Interactivity in museums has been proven time and time again to enhance the learning experience. So why are curators wary of having interactive elements seem too “game” like? Continue reading 
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