Safeguard Risk Solutions came to Switchbox looking for a digital solution for emergency situations for schools and other organizations. Their vision was an easy way to access their best practice emergency responses designed with first responders and emergency consultants. The solution? The MERP – an online series of response strategies. The Mobile Emergency Response Plan […]
Switchbox is excited to announce the launch of CPVInc.com! We have loved working with CPV over the last few years and it was our privilege to help them launch their new site. Part of the fun on this project was using a Ruby on Rails CMS platform called Active Admin for the back end […]
We are thrilled that Westerville Area Resource Ministry named us partner of the month! Working on the W.A.R.M website was an incredible project for our team and we are thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with such a wonderful organization. Check out our team’s hard work: http://www.warmwesterville.org/
Congratulations to Goodwill Columbus on their new site that just launched! Conrad Phillips Vutech did a fantastic job on the design and the overall user and testing experience. We were very pleased to work with them on the development of the website. The site is a fully responsive design and integrates with several of their […]
Switchbox is happy to announce one of our clients, Buckeye Shapeform was featured in the Better Business Bureau’s Spring 2012 issue of The Beacon! The article details how the company has been able to remain a sustaining business by ambitiously shaping its company periodically in order to meet the demands of different times. Starting as […]
Evan just got us so great giveaways for our .Net Developer Lunch for this week. Telerik donated 2 “mystery” items for us to give to the people with the best submittions for newest ideas on jQuery which is our theme for this week. Good job Evan and thanks to Telerik.
Prepping a new computer with a fresh load of Windows is often a pretty tedious task – critical apps that take significant amounts of time to install (Visual Studio, SQL Server, Management Studio, etc.) mixed together with hundreds of updates and service packs with your odd mix of browsers, media, chat, and other random apps […]
How’d they do that? Parallax Scrolling is a type of scrolling technique that gives a pseudo-3D appearance and is truly eye-catching. This technique has been simplified with jQuery Plug-Ins. Check it out at http://tympanus.net/codrops/2011/01/03/parallax-slider/
I know a big concern with software developers who use .Net is LINQ. It’s a great innovation with software but some times you don’t have the control over it you want. For instance, what SQL actually gets generated from a LINQ expression? One of our developers asked that question, found the answer and created a […]
Well today is national signing day for young football playing Americans across the country. Local media, ESPN, and fans across the country are eagerly checking webpages and listening to thousands of different analyst trying to predict where the top recruits will end up for the start of next season. As a huge football fan I […]
With the upcoming launch of the iPhone on Verizon network, how will Steve Jobs absence been viewed if the launch is not a success. What happens if Verizon has issue? What happens if there is a problem with the iPhone? Will Verizon get the blame? How long will Steve Jobs be gone? Is this a […]
1. HTML5 and CSS 3 will get a lot of press, some decent implementations but still will be inadequate for the most of advanced scenarios possible today with Flash or Silverlight. And that is expected since HTML5 does not aim to compete with classic RIA technologies but rather to complement them or to allow some […]
We just got a great comment from a potential client. Apparently they love http://buckeyeinstitute.org and saw that we referenced their website in our proposal. I keep hearing great things from business owners about what the site is doing for them.