Web Programming

December 2, 2009

Ten Tell Tale Signs your Site is Sick

How do you know when it’s time to build a new website?  Most people wait until their current site stops working, but to me it’s like waiting for the engine on your car to seize before getting an oil change, or waiting to get really sick before going to a doctor.  Because we understand the need for a car and […]
August 24, 2009

Client Profile – Leo Sawicki

Last week we completed a project for Leo Sawicki, Author and Life Management Consultant.  Leo has worked both as a children’s author, publishing books such as Anytime and Anywhere Stories; and working in business and community development with aboriginal communities and institutions across Canada. The scope of the project was to create a web site for Leo that would be […]
July 13, 2009

Best of the Web, July 2009

I spend a lot of time not just working on our own websites and projects, but also looking at what the current trends are in design, development, programming and marketing.  There’s a definite rift between what has buzz, what the early adopters have grokked on to and what has actually made the effective transition to popular usage and while I […]
December 5, 2008

Up and at ’em Adam’s App

I remember the day we came up with the name for our new application.  It was after quite a few rounds of me asking our developer “Well, what exactly does it do?  Can you sum it up in 20 words or less?”.  He would shake his head slowly and suggest that summarizing such things lived in the land of marketing, […]
September 29, 2008

Application Nation – Icebrrg

Hello, Nation! This is the first installment of “Application Nation”.  Application Nation is essentially an excuse for me (I’m Sean, marketing guy for Hosting Nation) to talk about all the new tools and tips we find and share them with the Nation (that’s everybody else). Sometimes we’re using the tools in-house, sometimes we just stumble across them. This week I’ll […]