We’ve officially hit the home stretch of the year and it may have become clear that you have some web, app, interactive or mobile challenges that need addressing (or, some use-or-lose budget you need to earmark!).
The time is right to start chatting about needs big and small for 2017. Please let me know if I can be a resource for you.
What kind of goodies have the Bean elves been cooking up over the past quarter?
(A reprint of our recent Associations Now article, and a perfect segue to our session on edtech disruption at the 2016 ASAE annual meeting…)
With the rise of Uber, Netflix, and Airbnb, you already know about the power of disruption and the role technology plays in it. Continue reading
Professor Willow says “No matter how tempting, don’t try to catch a Bulbasaur in a meeting session, even if it’s sitting on the presenter’s head.”
I’m organizing an informal Pokémon Go meetup at the American Society of Association Executives annual meeting in a few weeks, because I’m obsessed with tech disruption (and have a 10 year old daughter who has been obsessed with the trading card game forever!).
The game is so new, and so real-world immersive that I realized it could be pretty disruptive to an annual meeting, event or tradeshow (or a US State Department press conference. Doh!).
Not surprisingly, I couldn’t find anyone else having a stated corporate Pokémon Go policy (!) to work from. Continue reading
A well-thought out RFP is *always* appreciated to get the conversation started on a web, mobile or app project.
In my 19 years in business, I’ve seen some awful ones (i.e. boilerplate with more contractual and legal scary stuff than a look at the challenges you need solved), and a few super-informative ones.
The best RFP will be an authentic and informative look at your organization, and not a regurgitation of the same mission statement and About Us text I can find on your website. You’ll get the best response when you bare your soul 🙂 Continue reading
On this day in 1997, the domain name beancreative.com was registered and a digital agency was born.
Over the past 19 years, basic websites and animated GIFs gave way to immersive Flash experiences, which gave way to apps, responsive HTML5 animation, and… back to animated GIFs again.