05 Mar 2015
Meet Alof's Butler "Botlr"

(image credit: engadget) Finally! The moment we have all been waiting for. Adorable hotel room service robots that politely “bleep” and “bloop” at you. They even have animated blinking eyes! Recently, the Aloft in Cupertino, California unveiled a “butler” named A.L.O. Botlr (think “robot butler”) which has been programmed…

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24 Feb 2015
thingie query

Image credit: www.thingiequery.com For those who trudge through large excel files trying to find / categorize data, know that depending on what you want to do, and the timeframe you have to do it in, it can be quite the daunting task. Why mesh SQL with Excel? Via their website: Although…

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20 Feb 2015
Revolution Development - Be a light

Be a light

We have a new thing we do here now at Revolution Development and that is the construction of 1 hour projects. Building something that’s thought provoking and an interactive experience. In episode 1 of our #1hourprojects we bring you Be a light, which is a quote roll of some…

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20 Feb 2015
Add Bitcoin to your site in minutes. Accept payments from anyone, anywhere.

Stripe – our preferred gateway for payments here at Revolution Development for our clients, just announced the ability to accept Bitcoin as payment through their gateway. The only thing we see that you can’t do with it is recurring / subscription payments (as of yet?). As for fees, they only…

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19 Feb 2015
Google Chrome Dev Tools Eye Dropper Color Picker

Most of us have been in the position of needing to get a hex value for a color on a web page, quickly. Whether it be from a logo, or checking a font color. Now you can, directly from Google Chrome’s Dev Tools with a nifty little eye dropper….

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02 Jan 2015

2013 and 2014 has given us a magnitude of new insight in regards to our projects, idea creation, and client integrations. This year was a pure slam dunk, and we wanted to thank all of the people we have got in touch (acquaintances and business partners) with along the…

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02 Jan 2015

For designers : UX Data

Simply put, aiming to design for “all” of your users is comparable to shooting at a moving target, blindfolded while balancing on a wooden plank hanging from a hot air balloon. Maybe that was a little extreme, but you get the point. So define your business goals and user…

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02 Jan 2015

Now this is something that has definitely picked up some steam in the past years, for good reason. Some may call it a silver bullet, and the jury is still out on that for sure. However there are places that do good RWD, and there are places that do…

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