2015 is the year of the marketer. Not that we haven’t always been marketers – but experts predict we’ll continue to see see the shift away from transactional marketing, with a ‘click’ as the point of interaction to a …
In case you haven’t already noticed, I love beer. Recently, Dune Brewing (my home-brewing side project) and Big Sea teamed up to produce a beer for our clients. With our love of beer at Big Sea, it …
Admit it – you’re more than slightly addicted to that little rush you get by mindlessly scrolling through Facebook or Twitter. And you don’t know why. Here’s how I woke up and started paying attention to the role of these networks in my life, and started to silence some of that static.
A great kickoff meeting can help set the tone for a successful project from start to finish. We gain an amazing understanding of your business and team dynamics, and leave the meeting ready to explore all kinds of creative solutions. Here’s a list of what we need for a killer kickoff.
Pattern libraries are a great tool for big projects, but they’re often a pain to maintain during a build. Daryn built an open-sourced front-end design tool that helps automate the creation of pattern libraries for your projects.
In the spirit of collaboration and sharing of knowledge, we’ve started an intimate, invitation-only event intended to foster conversation and learning about a variety of internet-related topics outside the Big Sea wheelhouse. We’re calling this series the Big Sea Breakfast Club.
Contextually-aware web development involves using technologies available to us on devices and platforms to help tell the story of each visitor, then customized their experience accordingly.
Let me know if this sounds familiar. You’ve just landed a new project. The client is excited; you’re excited. You know you’re going to deliver something amazing because you’ve got great ideas and a solid …
Hotmail is 18 years old … but email marketing is more important than ever. With social media losing it’s luster, keep your message in front of those that matter with email.
Games have been a part of our shared human culture for as long as we’ve been documenting our own history. The desire to play, and to compete, is innately programmed into each of us and as such has become a multi-billion dollar industry. Here are a few simple (and affordable) ways you can leverage humans’ competitive nature to help engage your customers and clients.