Holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year. It’s a time spent with friends and family and a lot of reflection of the year happens as the year comes to an end. Before moving into the new year, we wanted to take a moment and look back at our blog. It’s been a busy year and we have had a lot of great articles written by our DOOR3ers!

Here our top 5 most wonderful DOOR3 blog posts from 2014:

3 Assumptions You Need To Avoid While Planning To Build Your Next App

When you’re trying to keep up with changing demands and tight timelines, you end up making some dangerous assumptions - and you know what they say when you assume….I’ve outlined a few common dangerous assumptions below that management and developers alike tend to make. Avoid these like the plague, or at least like a bad head cold. Read more»>

Once Upon A Time There Were The 5 W’s

With the new buzz of Content Marketing, Marketers are focused on strategizing how to push content out the door but aren’t seeing the results they want. The problem I am seeing, are the pieces being published don’t have a clear story. It’s time to go back to the basics of telling a good, clear story by looking at The Five W’s: Who, Why, What, When, and Where. Read more»>

How UX Is Like Riding a Bike

Three Things a User Experience Designer Realized about UX While Riding His Bike to Work. Much like the city biking traffic system, an effective website is designed to effectively communicate with its users. Here are some directions to follow when considering UX for your website. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Read more»>

Creating Apps Users Will Quickly Adopt

Not only has it become extremely competitive to get your app downloaded, but it has become difficult to engage a user and get them coming back for more. These suggestions will help you create an application that users will not only download, but adopt and stay engaged. Read more»>

Drupal vs Joomla: An Engineer’s Take

So, you’ve decided to evaluate an open source content management solution, and you’ve found that Drupal and Joomla stick out for being widely adopted and lauded by companies and developers alike. Both of them are full featured CMS platforms and if you require complex content hierarchy, tagging and authoring, these two platforms fit the bill. So how do you decide which one is right for your company? Read more»>

We are excited about the New Year and have many goals we want to accomplish. What are some of your New Year’s resolutions? Tell us below!

Nilesh Rohra

Nilesh Rohra

Marketing Coordinator

12.29. 2014

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