Mike MartensMike Martens is a writer and photographer who makes words happen for Media Temple’s UX and Creative teams. Over the past decade, he’s crafted copy across every medium for a laundry list of iconic brands. Meanwhile, his photographic pursuits have taken him from documenting The Moth storytellers to creating a $25,000 digital Holga camera.
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One Simpsons episode perfectly encapsulates the conundrums of user-centric design like nothing else.
Web hosting for a conference or festival always has a challenge with peaks and valleys.
One SoCal-based digital agency discusses the grace of being human – and having a surfers’ mentality – in facing the torrent of the world’s pandemic-changed year.
Looking at a year of street art in one Los Angeles neighborhood, we're reminded that creative endeavors are a form of leadership.
Adobe MAX Sneaks is an amazing and sometimes unsettling display of innovations by Adobe.
It’s prime time for prepping holiday campaigns, and it’s also one of the most uncertain times we’ve all ever been through.
Join our panel as they explore the ways brands and agencies are approaching holiday campaigns for a season that promises to be anything but normal.
Establishing brand-specific design principles can go a long way in creating consistent experiences.
Multi-site management doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Here’s a checklist of steps you can take to make the process of managing client sites easier, often aided with a managed hosting service.
The best managed hosting provider is the one that matches up with your clients' needs.
Selecting a hosting package that suits the scale of your projects – with the right power and scalability – is vital to keeping sites running quickly and consistently.