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Tablet Optimization

Are you a web user that browses the web on your iPad tablet device while watching television?  Tablet in one hand; TV remote in the other. If this scenario sounds familiar, then consider yourself part of roughly 1/3 of US consumers who simultaneously use their tablets while watching TV. A recent study published by the … Continue reading Tablet Optimization

.Anything – Risks and Benefits of gTLDs

The ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), founded in 1998 (sound familiar?), announced last year that it would be launching a program designed to address the number of available Internet domains by expanding the DNS (domain name system).  According to ICANN, these gTLDs (generic top-level domains) aim to enhance competition and consumer choice, while enabling … Continue reading .Anything – Risks and Benefits of gTLDs

I-Healthy Challenge: Finding the Balance

As Web development specialists, we thrive on identifying challenging procedures and then developing complex solutions. We exercise our minds daily by researching and testing the limits of the Web. But as our careers often find us online in front of a computer screen, we sometimes find it difficult to balance mental and physical health offline. … Continue reading I-Healthy Challenge: Finding the Balance

Mobile Healthcare and Security Risks: Meeting HIPAA Compliance Standards

With the healthcare community starting to recognize and shift toward embracing mobile technologies, the associated security risks may cause some understandable concern for both healthcare providers and patients. Establishing HIPAA compliance to ensure healthcare records remain confidential across all platforms should be the largest priority when entering the mobile healthcare world. To determine if your … Continue reading Mobile Healthcare and Security Risks: Meeting HIPAA Compliance Standards

Hospital Virtual Tour and Campus Tour – The Web Alliance

The recent alliance between Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and St. Joseph’s pediatrics expanded clinical services, staffing and patients by almost a third. Along with the opening of the new tower, wayfinding was potentially very confusing for patients and guests. To alleviate this concern, our team worked with PCH to minimize the potential mix-ups such an … Continue reading Hospital Virtual Tour and Campus Tour – The Web Alliance

Mobile Growth Promotes Responsive Design

Google has recently taken a responsive friendly stance on Web design. Simply put, responsive Web design sends the same HTML code to all devices (mobile, tablet and desktop) and the CSS is then altered and recognized using media queries. Often times, we are asked why build responsive when only 10% or less of our current Web traffic is coming from … Continue reading Mobile Growth Promotes Responsive Design