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GrossiWeb Launches

Monday, November 26th, 2012 by admin

American Casual Living is a company inspired by a deep rooted passion for creating comfortable, year round outdoor living areas for family fun, entertaining friends, or for quiet enjoyment and relaxation. They are a family owned company so a high level of personal service is what you’ll get every time you visit them. Planning for next summer? Perhaps visit them to see what Grills they have in store.

Highlights of this project include a custom product catalog system, redesign and implementation of a content management system which allows American Casual Living to manage their own inventory. All products and pages were optimized for a search engine friendly architecture. Their catalog system was organized in a user friendly manner allowing a website visitor to easily find the perfect product. They also have a blog incorporated into the site as well as videos, recipe pages and a showcase of homes which they helped to furnish.

Is an MBA worth it?

Monday, April 30th, 2012 by Stefano

Really interesting info graphic on the worth or value of an MBA. Check it out and let us know what you think. Read the rest of this entry »

Motivating your Team – What Really Works?

Thursday, April 19th, 2012 by Stefano

I found this video which is very interesting on what really motivates us humans…

Turns out what actually is a proven motivator for individuals on complex tasks are:

Autonomy -- The desire to be self directed. (eg. Once a quarter, developers for 24 hours can work on whatever they want with whoever they want but at the end of the meeting they must show the results to the team at the end of the 24 hours.) This has let to more new ideas and software fixes than any other incentive. One single day of autonomy produces results that never emerged before.

Mastery -- The urge to get better at stuff. (eg. People play musical instruments on weekends even though they don’t get paid because it’s fun & enjoyable and it’s satisfying to get better at things.)

Purpose - Look at the amazing, technically sophisticated people that have developed Linux, Apache, Joomla, Wikipedia, etc. All working real jobs and doing all this work outside of work. We are purpose driven just as much if not more than profit driven.

Discovering Your Personal Values and Beliefs

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by Sergio

Day 2: In the lab exercise to day we learned iMac ABCs, Microsoft Word fundamentals, and USB port usage. These are very basic topics but important nevertheless. One of the most interesting points that my instructor Kevin said was that discs such as CD’s and DVD’s will soon be obsolete in the new digital and internet era, and that new computers will not be equipped with disc trays. Read the rest of this entry »

The Power of Failure

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 by Sergio

Day 1: This is my first day of classes at the Los Angeles Recording School. I am enrolled in the 18 month extended associates degree of recording arts program. I will write a blog summary for every single day of classes. Today was a very informatory and introductory lecture located in the main theater with the other film, animation, and gaming students. The first month will revolve around the topic of Entertainment Success Strategies (ESS). Today’s class taught the students about the current state of the entertainment industry, the course design, as well as student services, financial aid, and career development. Read the rest of this entry »

The Organ of Sight

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by Tina

While watching my colleague work on a project for a client from beginning to end I had a chance to witness something beautiful. Something that normally I would have  conceptualized as mediocre he in turn had given distinguishing characteristics  and integrated them into a single visual unit that I could sense. Much like as stated in ["Art and Cognition," RM, Pb 47.] Micah our graphic designer brings time and time again the conceptual method of functioning to this operation of a single sense organ, this being sight. Read the rest of this entry »

Back Door Rock Star

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Stefano

As I sat there reading the cover of my new book  “Europe through the Back Door” thoughts of another back door filled my head. That small elusive aperture that one may only seldom be presented on a hot summer day or cool starry night.

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