For most, the Internet is still something experienced through the written word. So much for the information revolution; we still access most webpages through an interface that would be all too familiar to Gutenberg and his ilk.
As the international community celebrates World Food Day today, I find myself fortunate to have the rare chance to reflect on the tangible impact our clients are having on a daily basis.
This post was co-authored by Michael Zamora, an intern with EchoDitto this summer through Harvard's Institute of Politics. For more info on Michael, you can head here.
This was post was co-authored by Neal Maher. For more info on Neal and his portfolio, visit: http://iamneal.com/
Mobile is the future of the web.As more devices are built at consumer-friendly price points, more of your site visitors will come from what we currently consider "mobile devices" (perhaps soon to be just "devices?") From iPads to Android tablets, the Kindle Fire to smartphones of every size and sha
It takes a bold person to define the "seven deadly sins" of anything, but Shabbir Safdar is just that bold.
EchoDitto loves open-source software. EchoDitto loves Google. And when those two things come together it’s pure bliss.
Spurred by Frogloop’s article, “Who Says Email’s Dead?”, which highlights the increase of mobile email usage from 2009 to 2010. I reviewed some of the most recent email campaigns I received to see how well the message translated to my mobile device.
"To be truthful and revealing, data graphics must bear on the question at the heart of quantitative thinking: 'Compared to what?'" — Edward Tufte