The small screen has requirements very different than your desktop monitor has. The text needs to appear bigger on a mobile device, and there needs to be appropriate spacing between links so that big clumsy index fingers won’t make mistakes. And not every technology that works on a regular website will necessarily work on your phone.
Archive for September, 2011
365 Connect, the New Orleans based online technology platform for the multifamily industry, announced last week the integration of its Marketing Syndication Platform with virtual real estate search engine The Housing Block. The integration automatically brings all of the marketing data from apartment communities using the 365 Online Leasing Center to The Housing Block via [...]
This post, written by Adriana Lopez, originally appeared on Nolavie.com. Silicon Bayou News is committed to supporting economic development and continued growth of Louisiana entrepreneurship. On Monday morning, still groggy from a late flight from the night before and struggling to get out of bed with the sleep-inducing rainy weather, I stayed in bed a few [...]
The Entrepreneur’s Organization and LSU’s Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute are joining forces to present a September 30th, 2011 seminar on the Louisiana Film Industry. The seminar features Marty Sixkiller, Research and Development Supervisor at DreamWorks and Louisiana native. Marty will share his story and give a presentation on career opportunities in computer animation. As a part of the [...]
Here’s our roundup of the week’s top tech business news. First, the most popular stories published on Silicon Bayou News in the past seven days: Receivables Exchange announces partnership with New York Stock Exchange: The Receivables Exchange (TRE), a New Orleans-based company that reported 466% growth in 2010, announced a partnership with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The joint strategic [...]
The Idea Village is currently seeking regional applicants for the 2012 Water Challenge. The Water Challenge is a collaborative initiative of The Idea Village and the Greater New Orleans Foundation (GNOF) focused on nurturing entrepreneurs with high-growth ventures in the water industry. Going into its second year, a priority in 2012 will be innovative solutions to [...]
Louisiana Looking Up 2011, an event curated by the LSU Flores MBA Alumni Association and the E.J. Ourso College of Business took place on Thursday at LSU’s Baton Rouge campus. The event brought together well-known businessmen and women and aspiring entrepreneurs. Seven speakers, including president and CEO of Waste Management, David Steiner, were joined by [...]