We have two organizations to thank. First the State of Ohio for approving our economic development loan and the Dispatch for covering it. http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2012/01/31/tax-credits-could-bring-300-plus-jobs-to-area.html
A lot of clients ask us what it takes to build an iPhone app. Most people assume that developing an iPhone app is as simple as writing the code and pushing it to Apple or Google. There is a lot more work and a lot of things to consider. This article does a great job […]
If you need to create a website, you could hire any old company to do it for you. However, you might end up with results like this (be warned – may induce epileptic seizures in sensitive individuals). …Or you could just hire Switchbox to build your site. Our work tends to be of much higher […]
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/
And to top off the launch of a brand new site (see our previous blog post) we just launch another Android mobile app. This one is designed/developed to be both a tablet app and an phone app. You can download it in the app store https://market.android.com/details?id=me.lifecubby.mobile.
What would you do if you had 55,000 new visitors hit your site in 3 hours? Apparently you would crash the worlds largest hosting company. :) Two of our clients made a huge press release today and there was so much traffic that their visitors were doing 5 searches a second for the last few […]
Matt at our office just found out that jQuery mobile 2.0 just got released. We are constantly building mobile websites and mobile applications for our clients so this is going to make it a lot easier. Too bad it doesn’t help more with building iPhone or table applications.
Ever turn on your computer only to wait for the a few minutes for everything to start up. You can turn off pesky programs by going to Start > run > msconfig > startup. It can be confusing to figure out which programs are important and which ones are just wasting your resources. Luckily, the […]
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 […]
So we’re wrapping up one of our projects with our client: Ripple. We’ve just released an app called “Phone Tag”. It’s pretty awesome. And we’re not just saying that because we made it. The app lets you track the location of your friends, family, and overly acquainted enemies. Here’s a description from their site: “PhoneTag […]
In case you didn’t hear the US government just seized about 85,000 web domains because they didn’t bother to check who actually owned them or what sites they were linking to. The real killer is that all of those website domains that they seized had a nice little notice that the site contained child pornography […]
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 […]