The last few weeks have been busy. Extraordinarily. Busy. While that’s certainly no reason to complain yet it does prevent spending as much time feeding the blogging monster as I prefer. Nonetheless, much of the latest round of work is close to being wrapped up so in addition to some overscale negotiations, an institutional due diligence project, prepping for the #ClickCLickDone session at @NAMPC 2015 with Ceci Dadismanand Marc van Bree, and various stages of finishing up and launching three new Venture Platform users with a combined five sites over the next two weeks, all I can say is thank goodness for coffee!
For now, here are a few items that have caught my attention as of late that you might enjoy.
- Butts In The Seats : Have You Gotten To The Point You Care When People Steal Your Work? Yes, and it sucks, but Joe Patti has some good thoughts here.
- Smashing Magazine: Responsive Upscaling: Large-Screen E-Commerce Design. We’re at the cusp of super high-def devices and one of the byproducts of that movement will be added design room to enhance desktop user experiences. There are some genuinely thought provoking ideas in this post once you twist the practical e-commerce examples into tickets, memberships, and subscriptions.
- ArtsHacker: Shape Perception on Instagram Like a Stylist (Content Marketing, Part 1). Although I know colleagues who roll their eyes when discussion turns to how the arts craft their image, Jonathan Eifert has an excellent approach that’s worth your time.