Data, as we know, is a collection of facts or information. Historically, data has been collected in many forms. After the advent of technology, data now is mostly found in PDFs and other related formats. We may have data stored in tables, but eventually, when it is to be published, it needs to take shape
In continuation to my previous blog that discussed on successful web analytics product selection through a use case, in this blog, I have listed methods to implement web analytics independent of the source code. A typical issue of a solution engineer is such: the implementation of my web analytics tool is embedded in the source
Marketing teams and corporate strategists are constantly on the lookout for online user behavior reports to both facilitate effective decision making, and enhance customer experience. Web properties are the best way to reach customers and to collect this information first hand. There are a myriad of both open source and commercial tools for such web
Responsive layouts, adaptive layouts, media queries and viewports are terms that are no longer new to the tech savvy generation of today. There exists a burgeoning trend where websites are creating mobile friendly versions to adapt to the relatively smaller mobile screens. Responsive web design (RWD), thus proves to be an emerging user interface design
Deploying a content management tool at an enterprise level requires a buy-in from users (bottom up). In a bottom up flow, it is important that top level commitment is present for the tool and that the tool is successfully installed and implemented. This will benefit the organization and yield the desired results which were envisioned.