Social media is designed to be an immersive experience that captures its users through visuals, interactions and messaging. A vast amount of individuals spend countless hours on their phones engaged in social media without realizing how all of these things affect how we live, think and spend.
When making the decision to commission a new website for your business, you are probably busy thinking about how you want the website to look and how much you are willing to pay. It seems like the most affordable and simple solution is to go online and find a freelance developer or just try to build your website yourself on WordPress or a similar content management system. 

Tech Tuesday – Genius Scan

Genius Scan is an app that turns your smartphone camera into a scanner. Whenever vendors send you contracts or other paperwork to sign, just put your signature on the dotted line, snap and send. It’s great for wrangling receipts, too. No need to find a scanner, fax machine or paper clip.

Tech Tuesday – Trello

The Interactive division at Keystone Resources has weekly meetings where we loop through all of our projects to make sure everyone on our team is aligned and everything is moving in a timely fashion. We rely on Trello during these meetings.

Tech Tuesday – Pipedrive

Pipedrive is an online-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool that allows companies and sales teams to track business development efforts. Pipedrive keeps track of our deals at their various stages from prospect to lead and eventually to contract execution.
My favorite project of 2015 was the brand and website refresh for the National Museum of Funeral History. Who wouldn’t love working on a project like this, I mean, we went inside a haunted house after one of our meetings!