Matrix Group just launched a staff blog - SnackOClock.net - to provide news, tips and tools for web developers and designers. The whole staff is blogging! Check it out and please comment, share and subscribe!
Are you (or someone you know) an outstanding web designer with drive to create stunning, user centered designs? +Matrix Group International, Inc. is looking for an experienced, interactive designer who believes that elevated aesthetics and elegant interfaces are key to graphic design. Apply now! http://goo.gl/I90NW
Many, many sites are dark today to protest SOPA, legislation currently being considered in Congress. We found this great primer on SOPA - what it is, pros and cons and why it matters. Where do YOU stand on this issue?
In this week's Matrix Minute, CEO Joanna Pineda interviews Matrix Group Creative Director Alex Pineda. Alex talks about 3 big trends in web design: open typefaces, mobile and responsive websites, and gaming elements in websites. Check it out and please rate, comment, subscribe!
Interesting survey by Ad Age. They asked consumers what they CAN'T live without. The answers aren't surprising but they sure tell us a lot about the world we live in. The top things: car, coffee, smartphone, gym membership, HDTV. How about YOU? What can you NOT live without?
We love the A/B testing case studies from Which Test Won. Enter to win their 2012 Testing Awards. Entry is free and winners get written up. If you've done some cool A/B or multivariate testing and have achieved great results, enter to win an award!
Here's the latest Matrix Minute. Learn about the amazing world of DNA sequencing and how it will lead to personalized medicine in the future. Imagine: a treatment regimen customized for YOU, based on your DNA!
In this week's Matrix Minute, CEO Joann Pineda interviews Devin Jopp of WEDI. Dr. Jopp is an expert on organizational development. He talks about the 2 styles of leadership: transactional and transformational. Both styles are important. But transformational leadership is more important as you move up in an organization. What's your leadership style?