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Andy Ciordia

Should You Use a Theme for Your Site?
Design
April 19, 2010

Should You Use a Theme for Your Site?

The world of CMS' have come a long way. It used to be only a person with code and html experience could really wrangle something like Wordpress, Typepad, etc. Many web firms built their own management systems to trap you into a monthly fee (are you stuck?). Not to mention the difficulty in moving platforms (portability). Design was it's own…
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The Cobblers Kid’s Have No Shoes
In Touch
April 2, 2010

The Cobblers Kid’s Have No Shoes

I work very hard to make sure our clients are happy, satisfied, and right where they want to be month to month. There is a sense of pride doing an excellent job but how often do you forget yourself? As a preacher of content, value, and communication I lost my own voice to micro-updates (see: twitter, facebook, personal blogging, etc).…
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Changing Times, Staying Nimble and Viable
Business
September 30, 2008

Changing Times, Staying Nimble and Viable

You have to stay flexible to stay alive. Every business that is still in business knows this. Those who don't have a fair margin of flexibility end up breaking down or fragmenting. Nuance Labs was built on the foundation of Getting Things Done, a methodology which helps you get back on top of the horse after you are surely (and…
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Growing Your Business With Social Networking
Marketing
July 9, 2008

Growing Your Business With Social Networking

Jeff and I have been working on a myriad of new projects that are being born from client work. As a part of our marketing program we've been teaching social networking platforms and how to gain the most from them. (more…)
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Taking Time to Get Things Done
BusinessMarketing
April 24, 2008

Taking Time to Get Things Done

We've been in the garage for far too long. As Jorgen Hahn can attest (he's the one covered in grease,) much work has been going on out of the public eye. Liquid Minded is alive and thriving. The devil is in the programatic details and, as mentioned before, achieving something simple requires great effort. The hardest thing to design is…
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