The more we embrace technology and how it can improve our professional lives, the more information we begin to accumulate over time at our business.
At some point, the use and sharing of this information can become cumbersome for a business to control, and, therefore, looking to a cloud solution becomes a viable option.read more
Living in the information age, the amount of data that can come your way in a single day can be overwhelming at times. With so many ways to digitally track your customers’ habits, your company’s finances and social interaction, an eventual need grows to analyze the data more thoroughly.read more
Whereas raster graphics, discussed last week, are made up of a grid of pixel information, vector images are not. Rather, vector images are mathematically created images made up of lines, curves, anchor points and shapes. Vector graphics can be used for simple or complex logos, diagrams and more.read more
Many of my students ask me whether Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator is the correct program for their graphic design, print media or image editing needs. And it’s always a tough question to answer.
To understand what choice makes sense for you or your business, you must first understand the definition of the two major types of digital images used in graphic design: raster and vector graphics.read more
A content management system, or CMS, is one of the greatest tools for a small business.
It provides a central online resource for the control of your content on a website. With some minimal knowledge of web design, anyone can add, delete, or edit content using a well-built CMS.
Content management systems provide much more than just a way to work with content.read more