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Entries for 2011

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by Scott Gowell 3G and 4G Networks are amazing, if you can leverage them to their utmost. But you cannot assume this is the case for all of your visitors and potential customers. Mobile applications and websites must find a happy medium between highly performant (able to handle a lot of hits), and high throughput (able to handle big hits). I...

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DotNetNuke World 2011
Last week, Gravity Works partners Jeff and Amelia headed down to DotNetNuke World in Orlando; DotNetNuke (DNN) is the the Content Management System (CMS) that we recommend for most of our clients. It was our first time attending the conference, and both Jeff and Amelia were excited to share, as speakers, what Gravity Works is doing for our cli...

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The Handy Whiteboard Table
Gravity Works has a handy new tool at our office: the whiteboard table. Jeff sanded down one of the tables at our office (this is an important step), then covered it with a few coats of dry erase paint. Most home improvements stores sell this type of paint, and you can find it online too. Some inagural doodles have already been added. A few ...

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Geeks in Grand Rapids
By Adam Ryder I spent last weekend working on my sixth Give Camp project (the fifth this year). Between Lansing, Columbus, Cleveland, Ann Arbor, and Grand Rapids, projects ranged from a database application, WordPress website development, and DotNetNuke website development. The organizations I was able to help included a rape crisis center, ...

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Lauren visited the windy city to speak about the way we talk about design; the "Language of Design" focused on creating great experiences by starting with better dialogues in order to see the bigger picture: get to the root of people, their context, and their ideas. For better communication about a design, at any stage: Look for t...

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