You got me ! I'm learning to love wire frames. It was painful at first but now I see and understand the necessity of wireframes. A nice little tool to make it all so much easier is Wirify ! I Love it.
I've learned how to create wireframes using two different techniques and that makes me very happy. So, I'll use wire frames the same way that an illustrator or artist uses sketches. With each consultation and collection of the website fee I will present my clients with a wire frame, contract, and logo sketch.
Of course I will also include other information tailored to the need of the individual client. This is something that I have always done for my clients. I go the extra mile to help out and make sure that the website does what it is intended to do.
I stumbled upon this beauty in itunes and I'm looking forward to testing it out sometime in the feature. I'll have to add this to my to-do list which seems to be growing by the day. This caught my attention because I see a shift happening in the broadcasting industry. The radio of today will be totally different tomorrow. I'm guess that it will actually turn out to be a lot like television as more broadcast journalist harness the power of the internet and launch their own radio stations.
If you are thinking about launching your own radio station and you need a website with social media integration and promotion I'm ready.
All Youtube Apps are not created equal ! Over the years I've tried quite a few different youtube apps for pages and I still have been able to find what I would consider a perfect youtube app. A perfect youtube app will allow your youtube fans to subscribe to your channel from within facebook and allow them to view the comments, likes and shares on that video from all around the internet.
I believe that is an application that hasn't yet been created. I will keep my eyes open because I'm pretty sure Im not the first person do think of this. For right now I'm using these three different youtube apps below. As you can see they are essentially the same with some differences in appearance.
The first one below and the last one are almost identical. However, the first one below shows the subscribe button and the last one does not. I prefer the subscribe button but a great solution would be to make the subscribe button optional. The second app allows you to also view the favorites of the youtube channel. I think that's something I'd rather leave on youtube so also making this an optional feature would be better.
As for the layout, I prefer the layout of the first and the last youtube app although I enjoy the style of the second youtube app. I guess it's safe to say that a perfect youtube app is still in development.