• First Generation of Apps, The Professional Website

    One way we would like to differentiate our service from a standard resume or personal blog website service is by giving you the opportunity to present a highly functional, comprehensive application on your homepage; something that can act as the centerpiece of your whole website. The applications we have developed transform data collected from your… Continue Reading

  • Mobile Website, With Your Professional Website

    I wanted to write a quick blog about the first implementation of a mobile website with our professional website service. The mobile website serves much of the same content as the professional website but in a smaller, less-memory intensive form and the stylistic appeal is much simpler. There are a few advantages in having your… Continue Reading

  • A Data-Centric Approach, Professional Website

    From the beginning, I envisioned our service would be built with a data intensive backbone – meaning our databases would play a major role in all facets of our service. Our approach was to build interrelated MS SQL databases that could easily be accessed by SQL queries, procedures, and functions across many different platforms; it… Continue Reading

  • Layout of Admin Interface, Professional Website

    The first step in setting up your professional website is walking through the setup wizard, which helps you build the basic foundation of your website and setup some of the configuration settings. Everything seems alright, the wizard interface is simple. But when you are finished with the wizard and taken to the next screen, the… Continue Reading

  • Rich Content, With A Professional Website

    Throughout past blogs, I have talked about the importance in having valuable textual content on your professional website and I standby the necessity to have succint, results-oriented statements that have been peer reviewed for accuracy and effectiveness. However, after reading a blog “Visual-Content-Trumps-Text-in-Driving-Social-Media-Engagement-INFOGRAPHIC”, I thought it necessary to clarify. When we talk about having rich… Continue Reading

  • Understanding Stylistic Appeal Of A Template

    Stylistically speaking, there are a few basic components of a website. First, there is the overall layout; this includes how the page is structured, its color scheme, and any other distinguishing features of a page (and is visible on each page within a website). Second, there is a menu; something that allows for you to… Continue Reading

  • Page and Tabular Layouts, A Professional Website

    For many of the sections of a professional website, there is the option to render the web page in either a tabular or page layout. This is true for all of the “experiences” and “body of work” sections and also the “blog” section. A section rendered as a “tabular” layout will display as a table… Continue Reading