PlattForm’s internal philanthropic committee – the aptly named “Team Phil” – has a laundry list of charitable organizations that we work with throughout the year. Some are our charities of choice – like our upcoming ADA “Step Out To Fight Diabetes Walk” on September 27th.
For all non-Web-designers out there, Web design has become more of a science and less of a trial-and-error exercise in patience in the recent years due to Web standards. Web standards, put out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), dictated the way HTML and CSS were to be interpreted by browsers. So all of the sudden, it wasn't up to browsers to figure this out—there was a standard that all browsers should adhere to. Well, that was the thought.
With the recent downturn in the economy, basic staples are becoming difficult to afford. So are basic pens and pencils. Not to mention, basic rulers and Elmer’s glue. Recently, PlattForm’s Philanthropic Committee (a.k.a. “Team Phil”) teamed up Della Lamb to hold a company-wide school supply drive through early July.
Aptly titled “Operation Back-To-School,” the idea was to get nearly 50 backpacks filled with a wide assortment of school supplies to help low-income kids sponsored by Della Lamb charities.
As a developer, this is the #1 question I ask myself over and over again. We are faced with goals that we have to achieve and issues that must be addressed and resolved. So we are forced to ask ourselves, what makes it work? What is the best solution that will give us the results we want? I am not here to give the answer, but rather to help you ask yourself the right questions. In a corporate environment, there are many things that have to be considered. Before asking yourself how it will affect the website, you first have to consider the business at hand – the company.
If you are someone that has ever worked in, with, or around the Media Department, you are most likely well aware of the popular daytime programming that works very well in mining leads for our clientele. This includes the Springer's, the Maury's, Court programming etc.
If you peruse the endless auditions in the PlattForm vault, you’re bound to see a few people who have NO business being in front of the camera. We call them a triple threat … can’t act, can’t speak, can’t read.