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Nov 24

Managing Your Data Budget

Posted in In The Know on by Jeff Bronson

When a digital company whether they are in graphic design, digital marketing, or web design all have one thing in common. Each project they set out to do has a set data budget. Every project has a specific amount that a team can spend on data storage, data preservation, and online data management. Managing the data budget of a project is one of the most important task of a digital companies teams.

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Nov 24

What Tone Should Your Social Media Take?

Posted in In The Know on by Jeff Bronson

Determining the optimal tone for your social media interactions can be the difference between content your readers want to share, and content they ignore.  If you speak in your audience’s lingo, it will seem more personal, and hit closer to the heart.

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Nov 19

4K Display and Your Business

Posted in In The Know on by Jeff Bronson

Remember when Apple introduced the second iPhone and if you still had the old iPhone? You hung your head in embarrassment when holding it next to your friend's beautiful new phone. Hang on to that for a sec.

4K is being seen by users in an array of different arenas which means the user now EXPECTS that sharper, higher quality image everywhere. If you are not currently using those 4K screens or have a plan in place to start rolling them out you might want to think about it.

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Nov 17

"Rescue Me" Projects

Posted in In The Know on by Tim Santor

At X Studios, we have a policy of not taking on "rescue me "projects.  What is a "rescue me" project? We define it as those projects where a potential client hired a development team who chose to build an application on top of the wrong toolset and after many weeks, months or years of frustration and getting nowhere, they come to us asking us to "finish the job".

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Nov 06

How eBay and Magento Plan to Enhance Your Online Shopping Experience

Posted in News on by JoeShon Monroe

Today we can easily say there are hundreds of thousands of online stores. Some are small while others are well established. Many store owners began selling goods on sites like eBay. eBay provided the security and infrastructure so that store owners could focus more on promoting their products. Now other services like Shopify, SquareSpace, and WooCommerce are providing the same experience. eBay has recently decided to invest their money into the open source online commerce platform Magento. Magento provides a secure framework for creating online stores with the ability to heavily customize the experience. With eBay as the proud new owners Magento is undergoing major changes to enhance online shopping experiences for customers and owners.

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