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The launch of the America’s healthcare.gov had a few glitches. And by “a few glitches,” I mean an enormous number of horrendous, insurmountable failures at all levels of the site. Why did this happen? Because the site wasn’t properly tested … (more…)
Renewal, rebirth and a beautiful shining bird, rising from its predecessor’s ashes. That’s the symbolism behind Dallas Airmotive’s new brand. It supports the daily mission: repair and overhaul turbine engines so they fly again. And it confirms the company’s ongoing … (more…)
Signature Flight Support services begin long before you land at one of the company’s 100-plus worldwide locations. As soon as a flight is contemplated, planners begin checking a wide range of information – from airport locations to fuel prices to … (more…)
In the 20 years I’ve been at Greteman Group, I’ve been a part of designing and coding more websites than I can count. And I can say without hesitation that it becomes more of a pain in the ass with … (more…)
As in Virtual Business Aviation Convention and Exposition. While there’s still no substitute for actually being there, these days you can pull a lot of value out of a major aviation gathering even if you can’t make the show. Take … (more…)
Aircraft manufacturers, suppliers and others in the industry rely on websites for information as much or more than anyone. But we all need to ask ourselves, are we racking up enough quality flight time with Google? The more you make … (more…)
Social media has quickly become a go-to method for many B2B and B2C communications. These fun infographics highlight just how much.
In the past few years, social media usage doubled and daily users quadrupled. Most people now surf the web while they watch TV. It’s interesting to note that 10% go to a TV show’s website while they’re watching the program, reinforcing that committed fans can never get enough. Oh, and almost 30% check out the latest on Facebook while watching TV. (more…)
Lets start with the obvious – your website needs to play nice with the audience viewing it. That’s the website’s job. Because if your site is difficult to use or hard to see, your audience will leave. Which is bad. You already know this, but what you might not know is that more and more people are exclusively viewing websites on devices other than desktop computers. (more…)
For better or worse, the 2012 U.S. election is in the books. Whether you favored one candidate or were simply an interested observer, the one sure thing is that you weren’t certain of the outcome until the actual returns rolled in.
The predictions were all over the board. Mitt Romney supporters, including such luminaries as Karl Rove, cited reputable pollsters who predicted his victory – some going so far as to forecast a landslide. Obama supporters, likewise. And we’re not talking in-house Republican or Democratic polling. (more…)
A little over four months ago, we launched our new responsive design website. It was a good move. It’s led to more mobile traffic. Analytics tell the story.
In September 2010, 4% of total visits were from mobile devices. One year later, the number had doubled to 8%. By September 2012, it had risen to 11%. In addition to increasing the number of visits, we saw a 50% rise in the time spent on the site between 2010 and 2011, and an astonishing 100% increase between 2010 and 2012. (more…)