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January 03, 2018

Retail Won't Disappear — It'll Become a Blended Experience

Most brick-and-mortar stores haven't changed their strategy since the early days of retail. Customers arrive at the store, make their selections, and (assuming the prices are right) check out with their products.

March 19, 2019

Creating a Reusable Component Library: Yeti Lunch and Learn

Here at Yeti we love learning new things, so twice a month we open up the floor to presentations on areas of personal expertise. Topics range from the basics of inbound marketing, to design for startups, to tips for living and working out of a backpack! Our awesome developer, Resdan, recently gave this presentation on creating a reusable component library. Enjoy the video!

March 26, 2014

Life After Bootcamp

The popularity of coding bootcamps has exploded in recent months. They have a very appealing pitch - invest three months of hard work (and a bit of money), and land a hot job as a web developer. Last May, I attended General Assembly’s Web Development Immersive program and learned to build web apps using Ruby on Rails. Plenty has been written about why you might want to sign up for a bootcamp, and there are numerous student blogs around for the nitty-gritty in-course experience, so instead, I’d like to briefly talk about what can happen after.

November 01, 2018

Make Cryptocurrency More Usable With These Non-Crypto Tech Tweaks

To many, "cryptocurrency" might be just another buzzword. But those consumers are potential cryptocurrency users as long as they receive the right information for their level of experience with the currency.

August 21, 2018

The Usability of Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is creating quite the buzz in the tech sector, so you'd think it were more popular. But in reality, only 8 percent of Americans are invested in it. The major obstacle standing in the way of cryptocurrency making its way into mainstream adoption?

November 17, 2017

5 Digital Technologies That Are Transforming Healthcare

Ten years ago, diabetes meant daily misery. Just for a moment, imagine what it was like.

January 14, 2019

All Cryptocurrency Needs to Be Made More Accessible

So far, the term "cryptocurrency" has been a bit of a misnomer. An estimated 5 percent of Americans own some quantity of bitcoin, most likely purchased in an effort to capitalize on the currency's meteoric rise. In that sense, and because it's virtually useless for day-to-day transactions, bitcoin and other crypto assets have so far looked more like volatile investments than currencies.

November 13, 2018

3 Ways Touch-Screen Kiosks Can Improve the Current State of Healthcare

People love user-friendly touch-screen devices, but they don't want to download a separate app for everything they do.

November 21, 2017

How Augmented and Virtual Reality Experiences Can Reengage Retail Shoppers

Remember when Pokemon GO reached 40 million users in one week? For virtual and augmented reality, it was the shot heard 'round the world.The augmented reality app's success reverberated beyond the smartphone world and throughout the retail galaxy.

December 10, 2012

Tech Bellows of the Beast Vol. 3

Twitter Boots Instagram, Adds Photo Filters In a drastic move to re-control the share of the social pie, Twitter announced last week that they would be integrating a photo filter system for its users. To add to it, Twitter partnered up with Aviary (who already had an extensive photo application) to help roll out this new extension of the Twitter social platform. We all knew it was coming, but I can speak for most of us when I say that I am surprised at how quickly this was launched. But now the bigger question is: "who is getting the short end of the stick in this move by Twitter?" - Facebook's checkbook after purchasing Instagram for $1BN or Instagram users worldwide who may suffer a decline in likes per picture of what they had to eat that day?