Website Developers: Say Goodbye to Flash

Flash used to be top of the line when it came to website design and development. But just like when we were facing thedawn of “Web 2.0,” Flash is quickly becoming obsolete. Ad Age warns ad agencies to take heed or they will be left...

Digital Video Consumption is On the Rise

More and more consumers are “cutting the cord” when it comes to watching traditional television. In fact, according to MarketingLand.com, digital video consumption is up 13% since last year. One quarter of the U.S. adult population watches original digital video programming at least once a month....

Are Ads Really Noticed When They’re Read on Tablets?

Print. iPhone. Desktop. Tablet. There is a multitude of formats for serving ads, and it is perpetually growing. Figuring out where ads really reach and resonate with consumers can be overwhelming for today’s marketers. The Wall Street Journal shared some new research suggesting that tablet magazine...

A Product That Even Young Buyers Can Commit To

Say goodbye to the mansion. Buyers aged 19 to 37 want homes designed to suit their specific interests and lifestyles: small floorplans with a feeling of roominess, flexible spaces, built-in storage, and modern amenities such as recharging stations for electronic devices. Clayton Homes built a 1,200...

Best Apps for Home Builders and Developers
Smartphones and tablets have changed the way individuals live and work in so many ways. There are thousands of apps available that can do everything from entertain you with mind-numbing games to help you redecorate your home.
How to Address the Multiscreen Dilemma

For content providers and advertisers, there is an increasing issue with device fragmentation. The rapid growth of smartphones and tablets, internet-connected TVs and soon-to-be web-enabled everyday devices means digital content must meet the needs of an ever-increasing number of screens and sizes. The proposed solution? Responsive...