Our second week started off with a clear outline from Paul for the time-audit-automation project that we have been assigned. Dan, Mark, and Kerri contributed to the outline, which helped us organize a project plan and divide up the tasks between us. This entailed a lot of background research on various tools and technologies. Neither of us were familiar with the tech stack MAMP, MySQL, Jira, or most of PHP outside of what we saw in week one.
LinkedIn advertising is a great way to reach a very targeted audience. It turns out that advertising on LinkedIn is also relatively straightforward, so we came up with a handy guide to help you!
In a move that everyone has been waiting for, Microsoft added LinkedIn targeting to it's own Audience Network. Microsoft has also added three demographics to Bing AdWords to further refine targeting abilities of advertisers. What does this mean for the digital advertising space?
Social media integrations with ecommerce stores have been getting better and better over time and Instagram is starting to show signs that it might be one of, if not the most viable way to sell directly through your ecommerce store on a social platform. User engagement, combined with seamless product tagging and stylized product images allow engaged Instagram users the ability to effortlessly shop on your store.
Everyone is talking about GDPR and what it might mean for the internet, but what, specifically does GDPR mean for your ecommerce store? How can you make sure you are GDPR compliant in the off chance someone from the EU orders from your website? We get into some of the specifics of the GDPR policy and what it means for ecommerce stores in this article.
In a move that shocked many on Monday, Adobe announced their purchase of Magento. The ecommerce platform will be added to the Experience Cloud and offer Adobe's enterprise customers even more of an integrated experience. We discuss some of the implications for the ecommerce space, customers, and competitors.
With the recent release of Chrome 63, Google started warning developers of the impending distrust of Symantec SSL certificates, (about one sixth of all SSL certificates in use today,) as well as those issued by other Subordinate Certificate Authorities that use the Symantec root certificate like GeoTrust, VeriSign, Equifax, Thawte and RapidSSL. As the defacto industry leader on browser security, this is part of Google’s three step plan to punish Symantec for mis-issuing certificates and Firefox has followed suit.
Who has never forgotten, or thought he forgot to turn the lights off in his living room, after leaving for work? Today, if you decide to invest in smart technology and the IOT, this becomes a problem of yesterday.
It’s an exciting time to be a designer – new technologies are enabling us to create more immersive experiences than ever, and society seems to have a taste for bold and unexpected aesthetics.