7 habits of a successful beacon campaign

Beacon app

Beacon app

Why are we so excited to present our interactive session, Beacons & Wayfinding Apps: New Digital Exhibit Engagement, at next week's American Alliance of Museums annual conference?  Continue reading 
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I really wanted to like the new YouTube Kids app, but…

YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids

Those of us who work with (and raise) kids have been anxiously awaiting the launch of the YouTube Kids app. Is it everything we've hoped for?

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We’re hiring! ISO genius-level programmers and developers for web, apps and mobile

join our award-winning web, mobile, and app development studio in Alexandria, VA

join our award-winning web, mobile, and app development studio in Alexandria, VA

We're looking for super talent to join our award-winning web, mobile, and app development studio in Alexandria, VA.

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The top 12 best practices & worst offenses for 2015 website design and development

Best Practices in Web

Best Practices in Web

If you've already failed in your new year's diet, try your hand at a website detox with these UI/UX resolutions! It's all about slimming down, toning up and getting healthy. Continue reading 
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Girl Power

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girl-scout-08

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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