Posts Tagged "Professional Blog Posts"

Lenovo Blogs and Social: A New Connection for Those Who “Do”

Jan 11 2012

January 3, 2012 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post 2011 was a banner year for Lenovo. This international tech…

The Key to Starting a Project Off Right

Nov 02 2011

October 4, 2011 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post You’ve put together the proposal, made the pitch, and sold…

The Red and Blue, Reimagined: the new UPenn.edu

Sep 26 2011

September 19, 2011 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post I’ve been bursting at the seams trying to keep this…

A Tale of Two Conferences: WebContent 2011 and Texas JavaScript

Jul 12 2011

June 20, 2011 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post Here at Viget, we all have an annual conference/training allowance,…

WebContent 2011

Jun 19 2011

Two weeks ago, I used my annual Viget conference allowance to attend WebContent 2011 — a web content strategy conference in Chicago.…

Designing for Facebook: the MyBand Application Redesign

Feb 09 2011

February 3, 2011 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post Viget doesn’t just do web sites — we also design…

Giving a New Face to Ruzuku.com

Feb 09 2011

January 28, 2011 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs Blog Original Post Here at Viget, we love working with young start-ups to…

14 Tips for Better Presentation Slides

Dec 11 2010

November 18, 2010 Written for Viget Labs’ Four Labs BlogOriginal Post Your slides will make or break your presentation. An effective slide…

So You Think You Can Project Manage?

Aug 16 2010

Do you have what it takes to be a Project Manager?

There was a time when I asked myself that very question. Just a few years ago (as I explained to the Viget crew in my internal, company-wide LabShare presentation last week), I decided to change careers from a television marketing producer to … Something else. I just wasn’t quite sure what yet.

The 7 P’s of Web Projects … And 7 Reasons Why They Work

Jun 10 2010

Think back to your school days, when you were tasked with writing the longest research paper of your life. Chances are, you pulled an all-nighter before the deadline and miraculously cranked out an acceptable essay (double-spaced, of course). Looking back, do you think this was your finest work? Would you want the rest of the world to look at this hastily thrown-together effort as the ultimate representation of your abilities?

No, I didn’t think so.