AAF Western Region, Day 1

Scott Bedbury, CEO of Brandstream Inc. was the featured speaker on day 1 at the AAF Western Region Conference. The conference is held at the Seven Mountain Resort in Bend, Oregon. Scott Bedbury has worked for several major brands, such as Nike and Starbucks. He started by talking about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and how… Continue reading AAF Western Region, Day 1

WSJ.com Redesign

Kudos to the Wall Street Journal for finally redesigning their site. The new site features web 2.0 elements, a horizontal navigation bar, tabs for organizing article content, and an overall better information architecture. The new design makes the site easier to use, share articles and promote a sense of community. One of the most interesting… Continue reading WSJ.com Redesign

MajorGolfLesson.com relaunched

MajorGolfLesson.com, the site of Torrey Pines PGA Golf Pro Michael major was relaunched a couple of weeks ago. This site features recent blog posts on how to improve your golf game. I was really impressed with the article on how to improve your driving range routine. Whenever I go to the range, you always see… Continue reading MajorGolfLesson.com relaunched

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Two Way Radio Changes

I’ve been working with CommUSA for over two and a half years now and realized that the technology behind two way radios (walkie talkies) didn’t change for a long time. If Steve Jobs or Michael Dell were at Motorola, they would have totally reinvented the product years ago. Motorola changed their approach when they released… Continue reading Two Way Radio Changes

Elements of Online Success

Most blogs report on information that has already been reported, and I am going to do the same here. Today, I came across this great post from Jonathan Mendez’s blog about a slideshare presentation designed by Tara Hunt. This slide is extremely well done and opens your eyes to the elements of online happiness and… Continue reading Elements of Online Success

Universal Studios test site appears in Universal Search

While doing a search for Universal Studios today, I noticed that Universal’s web team broke one of the cardinal rules for development sites. They forgot to put the old no-index, no-follow tag on their test site. Not only did the search engines pick it up, but Google included it in its universal search results. Ouch!