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Making Waterscrumfall work

Combining Scrum and Waterfall methodologies for software development can strike a happy medium between traditional and Agile approaches. Though experts disagree about the combined model, referred to as Waterscrumfall, ...

  • 27 Feb, 2013
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Just tap it: creative uses for NFC technology

Have you ever flipped through a magazine and wanted to place an order immediately for that one-of –a-kind product in the ad? Or visited a museum and wondered what the artist was thinking when she created that extraordinary painting? ...

  • 06 Feb, 2013
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Say hello to responsive web design

Two years ago, responsive web design made barely a blip on the digital marketing radar screen. Today, industry analysts and digital marketers sing its praises for providing a rich experience whether the user accesses a website from a desktop, a smartphone, or a tablet....

  • 06 Feb, 2013
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Is it “everything at once” or does it need a second look?

“As cool as a tree, as warm as the sun, as sweet as sugar.” The familiar Windows 8 jingle claims that the operating system encapsulates all of this—and quite a bit more—all “at once.” As promising as the song may sound, ...

  • 02 Jan, 2013
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Behind the scenes with Flo & Oz: engaged learning at work.

It was my first big assignment at Interakt. Nalco, a leading water treatment and environmental services company and one of our top clients, had just launched a cutting-edge product and had asked Interakt ...

  • 07 Dec, 2012
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Between the crowd and the chosen

Author Scott Berkun wrote in one of his essays that optimal design is a myth. Web design is controlled by several factors, so when designers try to satisfy one criterion, it might affect other aspects of the design as well. ...

  • 01 Jun, 2012
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