Contemporary technology has given society the ability to collaborate over long distances, stretch our working hours into the early mornings of a new day, and be liberated from menial every-day tasks. With this kind of flexibility why does the prescribed Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm work schedule persist? Why should we be constrained to foosball table infested offices, bosu ball seats, or standing desks? Not that there’s anything particularly wrong with this, but surely there is a better way to maximize on our well-being and creative potential, and break outside of societal routine. Let’s look into the unrealized and budding future of a liberated work culture–our utopia.
Parallax is a hot topic at The Jibe, and in this post we’re bringing the dark side to light. Yes, parallax can be visually engaging; but negative implications for search engine optimization and usability can be significant.
Straightforward, non-technical content management is important to every web presence. The upcoming release of Drupal 8 promises to improve the authoring experience right out of the box. As the software moves into the Beta stages of development, we look forward to the improvements it will bring.
In our exploration of the ecommerce landscape–the digital retail sector on course to overtake sales growth of brick-and-mortar stores in the next five years, we have noticed a need to investigate sustainable models that deliver a valuable experience for contemporary digital users, specifically online shoppers.