In my second week here, I was told that one of the projects I’d be working on was the redesign of our website. In the month between then and now, I’ve been working with the rest of the team in figuring out exactly what we want our new site to be. My major role in this project is more in graphic design and art theory than it is in programming.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off some big changes to the News Feed. Social media managers, marketers, and enthusiasts alike stood in awe of the changes and brand-spanking new layout. So what exactly is gonna happen and how?Read More
A week or so into my new job at Lumina, I realized that I would be wearing a lot of hats. Big and small, colorful and bland, fun and boring; there are a lot of different types, but each one of them is vital. I mean this in a less literal sense of course- although that looks like a lot of fun (I might have to go shopping for hats later…).Read More
If you have a profile on a social media site like Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, you’ve seen all different types of posts. Some are interesting or funny. Some are whiny, rude, or aggressive. And some are so boring that they almost put you to sleep!
Now, I know what some of you are thinking, ‘Ah, but not me!’ Well, maybe not. But whether you’re a social post Shakespeare or an update dummy, there are some general rules and guidelines you can follow to make sure that your posts are relevant, non-offensive, and above all, interesting.Read More
Admit it; we’ve all tried it at least once… Ehrm, I mean using a search engine of course. In fact, Google alone generates about 3 billion searches each day (according to businessinsider.com). And Yahoo has scanned or ‘speed-dated’ almost 15 billion different web pages.Read More