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Diablo 3 Mobile Companion for Windows Phone 8

October 29, 2012

There’s a new technology behemoth coming into the Mobile HTML5 ecosystem to wreak havoc, and its name is Windows Phone 8. Following hot on the heels of its parent operating system Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 looks to make HTML5 a fist-class citizen. We at Modus are nothing but thrilled at this prospect. Fortunately Sencha…

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Getting the most out of the Lean Startup Machine Workshop

August 7, 2012

I thoroughly enjoyed participating in this past weekend’s Lean Startup Machine held at The Fort. My presentation from Saturday morning on Lean UX is posted here. It was my first time using the Reveal.JS so forgive some of my alignment snafu’s 🙂 For those that don’t know, The Lean Startup Machine descended on DC this…

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iOS treats HTML5 rotation differently in mobile Safari over a native web view

June 26, 2012

In June of 2011, we learned that the Nitro JavaScript Engine was being added to iOS 4.3. This, of course, got every mobile HTML5 app developer excited to learn about the potential for 2.5 times speed increase of our apps. Over the course of a year, I, along with other developers, became accustomed to expecting…

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We’re Turning 1 Today!

March 1, 2012

Modus Create, Inc. turns 1 year old today, 366 days after co-founding Modus (damn you leap year), I’m amazed at how much we’ve grown. This is a big day for me personally, and for my co-founders, Jay Garcia, and Josh Izenberg. We assembled and amazing team, starting with our first strategic hire, Aaron Smith, and…

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Mobile Web is the ‘Way Forward’ for Government and Citizens

March 1, 2012

As a fast growing mobile startup located a stone’s throw (and a metro ride) from the nation’s capital, I wanted to share some thoughts on the transformative effect mobile web apps will have on citizen engagement and agency missons. First, a bit on my government experience. I was the User Interface Architect for Pay.gov from…

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Lean Startup Cash Management

February 2, 2012

So let’s say that you recently started up a new technology business – you’ve landed your first few paying customers, you have a few employees and subcontractors, and maybe you’re even turning a profit. Better yet, some of your industry peers and other people in the know think that you’re really on to something –…

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Responsive Design Is Here To Stay

January 27, 2012

Back on May 25th, 2010, Ethan Marcotte wrote an article for A List Apart titled Reponsive Web Design. He then went on to write a book entitled Responsive Web Design, which was published early in 2011. You could say Ethan is the father, or creator of Responsive Design, and that his book and writings are…

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