by Kevin Dees on May 19, 2017.

Because hackers are always trying to steal credit card information American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. design Payment Card Industry Compliance or just PCI Compliance. So, why do you need to be PCI Compliant? First, when the credit card ecosystem is compromised everyone is affected.  Second, if you are not PCI Compliant you… Read more »

by Kevin Dees on May 17, 2017.

We all want to be the best version of ourselves but we need the right relationships with the right people to help us. The right relationships are formed from shared core values and beliefs. Opposites do not attract when it comes to core values. Only when we have right relationships can we truly begin to… Read more »

by Kevin Dees on April 19, 2017.

Big web projects are like elephants. You need to eat both one bite at a time. Making the deadline for a large web project can be hard. If the deadline is missed so are expectations. For a large project to be successful, you need an approach that is more flexible and feasible. Many times the best… Read more »

by Jeff Carver on April 13, 2016.

One of the key steps we take in the discovery phase of our analysis is to review and evaluate any piece of data we can get our hands on. Usually the data supports our already festering viewpoints on the prospect or client issue, but sometimes it guides us toward a more refined viewpoint of an… Read more »

by Jeff Carver on April 4, 2016.

The objective of initially conducting an analysis for a prospective or a client is to discover the actual issue the web will resolve. Skipping this planning step and taking a tactical approach by selling a prospect or client just a website, some SEO services or a new app fails to address the central issue. Robojuice… Read more »

by Kevin Dees on March 28, 2016.

Reliability, speed and security. These are three basic buckets your business should think about when it comes to hosting. Reliability Reliability is about being available and reduced server down time. Most commonly down time occurs during a code or server update. For most being available 100% vs 98% of the time is not critical. But there… Read more »

by Kevin Dees on March 21, 2016.

Sophisticated projects demand a sophisticated management approach. Keeping commitments and delivering projects on time requires team transparency and concrete deadlines. Unfortunately, meeting deadlines within a group is not always easy. It requires a tracking process that allows goals to be broken down into tasks. And transparency calls for open, visible conversations. This is why we… Read more »

by Kevin Dees on March 14, 2016.

File sharing—we do it all the time, which is why it should be easy. Whether it’s Wireframes, designs, contracts, code or process documents, locating fundamental information should be straight forward. That’s why Robojuice utilizes a program called Dropbox. Dropbox takes cloud file sharing and makes it as simple as adding folders on your desktop. Because… Read more »

by Jeff Carver on September 3, 2015.

Webster’s dictionary defines communication as “the process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior.” This definition offers three keys for making communication relational. Process. Communication is a process. It is not a single phone call or text or email. Good communication requires follow-through, which means a response to that email or clarification… Read more »

by Jeff Carver on August 27, 2015.

We love our clients. We enjoy meeting them and getting their feedback. But whether we’re communicating over emails, Basecamp® project updates, phone calls, texts, formal meetings or casual lunch conversations—they are a big part of how we do business. Our clients are each unique, and we treat them that way. Different client relationships require different time… Read more »