Digital Transformation is about how we use digital technology to solve traditional problems. It modifies company process and activities that positively impact entire industries and their customers. It requires leadership buy-in and multiple departments within a company to cohesively participate. It is a process that moves a company from a traditional operation to a fully … Continue reading 5 Stages of Digital Transformation
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At I-ology, clear communication is a key component of operations. While email is a great tool, sometimes employees only need to send a quick message or easily add a peer into a conversation. Slack has helped the I-ology team consolidate conversations and has offered a central platform for internal communication. Since incorporating Slack at I-ology, … Continue reading 4 Ways to Maximize Slack
Google recently announced that Chrome 68 will be released in early July of 2018. An important feature of this update is Chrome will be marking all HTTP sites as “not secure”. With current Chrome browsers, Google highlights that an HTTPS site is secure, but does not necessarily highlight that an HTTP site is not secure. … Continue reading What Google’s New HTTPS Standards Mean for You
It’s the start of the New Year once again and that means predictions! We may not have a crystal ball or a fresh deck of Tarot cards, but we do have insightful analytical data from many or our clients, and with that big data we can make a few assumptions. So take a look at … Continue reading Top 5 Digital Marketing Trends for 2016 (and Beyond)
Here at I-ology we are looking for some new talent to join our amazing team! Take a look at the job opening below and be sure to follow the blog for updates and open positions! Experience Designer The missing link between the developers and the users of the solutions we create, the Experience Designer is … Continue reading We are searching for an Experience Designer to join our team in Scottsdale, Arizona!
Are you one of the members that used this LinkedIn feature? Back in February 2014 we wrote about LinkedIn’s approach around adding new connections and how the “Add Connections” feature could be somewhat misleading. Fast forward nearly 20 months later and LinkedIn has agreed to pay $13 million to settle a class-action lawsuit which alleges … Continue reading Are you apart of the LinkedIn “Add Connections” Lawsuit?
Back on October 23, 2012 we wrote a blog post highlighting the top techniques for building a mobile website. At the time, the mobile web was still relatively new but fast forward nearly three years later and we are living in an increasingly mobile-first world. Back in 2012 our main declaration was simple and continues … Continue reading Mobile-First Web Design and Development