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Women in Technology - A Look Back

Women in Technology - A Look Back

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When you think of the first computer programmer, you probably don’t think of a woman, let alone a woman who dressed like this and lived in the mid-nineteenth century. But I hate to break it to you, this woman is most likely the first computer programmer. In an [...]
How Software Allowed Me to be the Mom I Wanted to Be

How Software Allowed Me to be the Mom I Wanted to Be

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Lizzie Broussard is a working mother of two. She in no way means for this blog to stand as a way for all moms to live their life. She is merely offering up her experience to the other moms out there to share her story. There’s a time [...]
The Making of “The Obots”

The Making of “The Obots”

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Every designer knows that clever, conceptual work doesn’t just happen. That simple abstract logo doesn’t just come to us, neither does that crazy, detailed illustration. We get there through trial and error. We look for inspiration wherever we can get it, and try out all of [...]
The Envoc Process

The Envoc Process

Written by Calvin Fabre on

A Development Process that Works for You You know Bryan Adams’ hit song “Everything I Do (I Do It for You)?” Here at Envoc, we can relate. We’re going through a little something that we like to refer to as the “Big Change.” [...]
User Experience vs. User Interface

User Experience vs. User Interface

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With the rise of User Interface design there has been some confusion about the difference between User Interface design and User Experience design. Both are things to consider when designing an application or website but each bring a different aspect to consider while creating the finished product.   User Interface: [...]
Envoceans and Notions: App Neutrality

Envoceans and Notions: App Neutrality

Written by Travis Overmier on

You may have read recently about BlackBerry CEO John Chen’s pitch to include “App Neutrality” as part of Net Neutrality. The idea with App Neutrality is that every application should be built and released on every single platform available, making the market much more “fair [...]
API Summit Conference Takeaway

API Summit Conference Takeaway

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We recently attended the API Inspection Summit in Galveston, Texas to demonstrate our new Inspection App Product, Spotter. It was awesome! The convention center was right on the Gulf coast, and the water was beautiful.The conference was packed—there was a huge turnout, every vendor booth was filled, [...]
Apps for Planning the Perfect Date Night

Apps for Planning the Perfect Date Night

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It’s Valentine’s Day and that means one thing for sure: stressing out about planning the perfect date night! Yes, it’s important to show that special someone that we love them, but it can also be nerve racking. However, with today’s mobile apps, [...]
Responsive Design: Should You Make the Switch?

Responsive Design: Should You Make the Switch?

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Accessing the web through mobile devices is only getting more and more popular. Go ahead—get on your phone and check your site (chances are you’re already on a smartphone, so we’ll wait.) If it isn’t fitting to the screen, you don&rsquo [...]
Behind the Screens Week 1

Behind the Screens Week 1

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"I’d love to see what’s going on over there. You guys look like you have so much fun!" Yeah, we get this a lot. So much so that we decided to answer the question for everyone with a behind the "screens" look at what [...]

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