GLAD WORKS does The Rhode Show!

21 September 2012   Kristen     0 Comments

The entire team had a blast when The Rhode Show came to our studio to do a feature story about how apps are designed and developed. Since we’re so passionate about what we do, we love talking about it and sharing it with the world, so naturally the chance to do it on television was a big hit around here! Watch the segment and catch a glimpse into the wild world of app design!


You Need a Mobile Friendly Website. You Do.

12 September 2012   Kristen     0 Comments

As you know, the number of people who access the Internet from a mobile device grows daily. For business owners, it’s becoming crucial to your survival to be accessible from anywhere, on any device. By now you should at least be considering bringing your website to the mobile masses. But, what are your options? Let’s take a look and see if building a dedicated mobile site or a responsive one is the best choice for you.

Dedicated Mobile


Out With The Old, In With the New: Selling Your Old iPhone

21 August 2012   Adam     0 Comments

** This post originally appeared at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger

It hardly seems fair to call my iPhone 4S (released October 14, 2011) “old,” but pretty soon it’s going to be!  I feel like I just got it, but that’s the way of the world isn’t it?  You about take something out of the box and it’s already the “old” version.

So, how can a person with any sort of reasonable electronics budget possibly keep up with it all?


Beyond Instagram: Photo Editing Apps

16 August 2012   Adam     0 Comments

*This post originally appeared at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger.


Siri and Me: Caught in a Bad Romance

01 August 2012   Adam     0 Comments

*This post originally appeared at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger.

I dare you not to have that Lady Gaga song stuck in your head now!

(Sorry, I had to share it. It’s all I’ve been humming as I write this post for you guys.)


Staying Connected—Even on Vacation

19 July 2012   Adam     0 Comments

* This post originally appeard at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger.

You guys know me pretty well by now, so you know that I’m a business owner. With that comes the complete inability to ever take a total vacation from work. So, when I do go on vacation, I have to take my office with me. Today I’m going to share with you a few tips on how to set up your mobile office so you can keep things moving and grooving while you’re catching some rays on vacation.


Quality Assurance in Digital Marketing: A GLAD WORKS Guide to Awesome

17 July 2012   Kristen     3 Comments

It used to be that when you wanted to do some marketing, you’d come up with a plan, nail down some messaging, develop collateral, and BAM! Marketing. But in today’s digital landscape, what you do and how well you do it are critical to the success of your campaign. Quite often, in the digital space, you only have one chance to impress your customers, so you can’t afford to waste time with malfunctioning links, difficult navigation, and error messages.


The Lady Web Developer Chronicles: An Interview with Brittany

26 June 2012   Kristen     0 Comments

Last week we talked about the history of women in computer programming starting with Ada Lovelace in the 1840s, and moving on to Grace Hopper and The ENIAC Girls around WWII.


Apple vs. Google: Who Will Become King of the Hill?

21 June 2012   Adam     0 Comments

**This article originally appeared at iPhone Life where Adam is a featured blogger.

Last week Apple announced that it would be terminating its agreement to use Google Maps as the default location service for iOS. Instead, Apple is developing its own in-house application that will become standard starting this fall.

Why the change?  The mobile location service arena is the new battleground front...and it's about to get messy.


Nerd Girls: A Brief History of Women in Computer Programming

19 June 2012   Kristen     2 Comments

When we think about computer programmers, lots of times we picture men doing the job, but that stereotype is not so true, and today, we’re going to turn that whole idea on its ear.

It’s time the ladies took the spotlight here because women have a long, often overlooked history in computer programming. So, today we’re going to talk about that a little bit, but we’re going to paint this picture with some really broad strokes since this is a very big topic. We couldn’t hope to do it justice in a tiny blog post, so let’s do some highlights!

Ada Lovelace