Mobile computing is here to stay and if you are not prepared, you may be going the way of the dinosaur. The problem with most organizations, churches hugely included, is they build website free of mobile devices, leaving them only viewable form a desktop. What this means is that the experience on a mobile device is designed specifically for the small screen and different than a desktop or iPad device. This intentional investment can lead to significant returns on investment, as you will see below.
As the summer heat bears down on me, the thought of Fall seems like a silly thought; but the truth of the matter is, Fall is just around the corner.
In fact, some schools started today!
I do look forward to a cool down, how about you?
Enough talk about the weather, here’s your sugary desktop awesome from one of my favorite designers:
I’m a big fan of getting things done, of task lists, and the process of checking things off of those task lists. To that end, I have employed a number of task list programs to help me keep track.
Currently, I’m using Things from Cultured Code. I’d always heard good “things” about Things, but I only jumped on the bandwagon when a friend offered me a license from a family pack that he had purchased a few months earlier. All I had to do was purchase a copy for my iPhone, which I gladly did.
A while back I went on a search for the best task managing app (or apps) for myself. I wanted one that would let me keep the system I had developed using paper notebooks, but also provide the benefit of reminders and encourage me to start a couple of productivity ideas that I had longed to start that I was sure would boost my productivity.
I had a list of priorities:
It’s been a huge blessing to have such a talented and godly guy like Marcus a part of our community. 🙂
This month, Marcus shared a Photoshop tutorial along with this awesome wallpaper for the month of June:
I have shared with you guys about how I have failed to backup my hard drive and in a recent crash, lost about a month’s worth of work. Apparently I am part of a majority of people and to be responsible is the rare exception. Please here me when I say that you need to do as I say and NOT as I have done in the past! Data backup is a very important thing and should not be considered when it is too late.