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Adaptive Design Meets Responsive Development


In the early stages of Web design, designers and developers created with a limited set of screens: namely, desktops or laptops. Since smartphones and tablets were still the stuff of science fiction, this was easy to do. As more devices joined the party, however, designers and developers saw a need for different layouts of the same content. As its name suggests, adaptive design means developing different layouts to meet the requirements of screens of various resolutions.

Adaptive Design Meets Responsive Development – ‘Net Features – Website Magazine.

The Purposeful Networker: Meet-ups


This is a great website to use if you are looking for a job, new to the area, just starting to network, or want to start your own local group. On this website you will find groups dealing with everything from those going through a divorce to entrepreneurs to knitting. You can simply create a free profile and tag your interests or you can search the site by zip code or interest area to find the groups that are right for you. If you are trying to start a group, meetup is a great way to do so with minimal cost so that people can easily find you and your group.

The Purposeful Networker: Meet-ups and this week’s networking tip – Main Line Times – Main Line Media News.

How businesses can gain more followers on social media (case study)



One of the challenges that businesses face when it comes to social media marketing is how to gain more followers. How can you find people to follow your business page and most importantly how do you find people that interact with your pages and share your content?

To make this article more interesting I will not just discuss the theory of social media marketing but I will show you the results of a social media campaign we have been running for the last 10 months for an online business. I will try to explain the challenges that we had to overcome and the solutions that lead to a dramatic increase of followers on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook.


How businesses can gain more followers on social media (case study).


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