Not that long ago you had to have a mobile version of your website. Chuck it. Yes, it’s outdated. Most responsible web development companies are deploying responsive designs.
A responsive web design is one that adapts to each form of media. In non-geek chat that means your website is easily readable and accessible regardless of what kind of computer you’re viewing it on: desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Think of the layout of your website being fluid. The entire architecture will be adaptable to any kind of screen size. Continue reading
Brett Jones, a Victoria BC REALTOR® with Newport Realty re-designed his website last year, but wanted to reach another segment of the internet population: mobile users. Visitors to Brett’s website that access his website using a mobile device (such as an iPhone, Blackberry or Android phone) will now see a mobile-friendly version of his website. Continue reading
You get them. I know you do. Calls on your cellphone from scam artists. Or, repeat calls about fantastic banking rates, travel offerings or prizes. Sheesh!
I got fed-up and created the contact ‘Ignore’ on my phone and assigned it the duck ring tone. I know now not to even look at my phone if ‘the duck quacks’. All of those solicitors phone numbers are associated to the contact ‘Ignore’. (Not really sure why I picked the duck ring tone. I have nothing against ducks.)
Anyone else have a scheme for ignoring these calls?
Here is a great article from PC World entitled “Canadian recycling options for your old cell phone and computer.”
Had an issue the other day concerning email, spam and PDAs. Our solution may give you some insight. Continue reading