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Keeping The Customer in Mind

“The customer is always right.” Is this a correct assumption, or is it just an overused cliche? When we brainstorm for new products or work at solutions for old problems, do we always consider the end-user? What about the customer in our planning meetings? Chances are the answer is no, we leave the customer out of things until […]

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Privacy on Social Media is an Illusion

Social media can be very misleading in the way it presents itself. We are led to believe that we are in private rooms, populated by friends, but in reality we are not. We make jokes, speak candidly on the news of the day, and share segments of our public and private life, thinking that it is […]

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Numbers and Technology Can Affect Your Health: A Brief Overview of Health Informatics

You'll be surprised how innovative technologies can have such an influence on your well-being. It's so influential that you'll never have to call in sick and work from home...ever again.

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Keeping Things Responsive In CMS

When web developers refer to a site as being “responsive” it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s fast (though we certainly do hope so) or that it has an advanced AI that will answer your phone calls or emails immediately. What it means is that it “responds” to the size of the browser window and maintains a layout […]

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Always Put The User Experience First

When we create content it is very important to consider the people that will be consuming said content in the future. Although it sounds like common sense; tight deadlines, lack of planning, and misdirected opinions can lead to many of us bypassing this very important step in the development process. We can create the coolest, most […]

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Welcome to the Era of Flat Design

The designer in all of us should take note of the minimalist and flat design trend and add it to our aesthetic artillery.

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Why use Google Plus for Business?

Google Plus proves to be a great social networking platform for businesses that everyone should be jumping on.

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Clinical Evaluations Release

USF Health will be releasing an online clinical evaluation tool (NUGGET) for the upcoming Fall Semester.

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Before you launch a social media strategy…Part IV

Adjusting your social media strategy and measuring its success can be done through several web analytic tools.

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New Faculty Directory and Find A Doctor Release

USF Health will be releasing new updates to both the Research Directory and ProFound. The updates will consolidate both interfaces into one.

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