MINNEAPOLIS, Sept 30, 2009 – The M Group Creative will speak at the Minnesota Developers Conference (MDC) put on by ilm services and held at the McNamara Alumni Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota. This year’s conference centers around green technology: Code Clean, Think Green. Event speakers will discuss innovative ways developers are “going green” and some of the best practices associated with these trends.
To scroll or not to scroll is sooner or later a question web designers must address. In the early years of the Web, the mid-90s, studies showed general consensus was that information should remain above the fold, and scrolling functionality was highly discouraged. However, by the end of the decade, people had become accustomed to scrolling (one of the few user behaviors to evolve relatively quickly), prompting usability researcher and consultant Jakob Nielsen to retract his no-scroll design requirement.
An intuitive and user-friendly website is much more than a pile of pages linked together and given a pretty background. Just like a good highway system, when a site is successful, you know the builders of it put the user at the center of all decisions, including navigation, architecture and design.
The next generation of advertising is here, and it’s big. IMAX big. Technology company, Aardvark Applications, has developed the next tech product to be used in experiential marketing. This personalized IMAX theatre offers a remarkable experience with its oversized helmet-looking dome on which images are projected.
We blogged about the release of the Microsoft Surface earlier this year and are very thrilled to be the FIRST company in the Midwest to partner with Microsoft to develop software for its multi-touch computer.
For all the thousands of years it took man to capture electricity, channel it into a switch and create a light bulb, we’ve blitzed through dozens of generations of technological development in the last few decades.