Making your website available on mobile devices is important. Nearly half of adult Americans – 46% – own a smartphone. Because their popularity continues to grow each year, businesses need to make sure their website is accessible on different devices, including smartphones and tablets. Gaining cross-device compatibility with a DotNetNuke site can be achieved one of 2 ways: a mobile website or a responsive design. Read more >
Brio recently moved the Swisse Active Taste of Tennis website from Wordpress to DotNetNuke. While it does have a snazzy custom design, we’re most excited about the customizations applied to the DigArticle module to manage AYS’s changing roster of personalities: chefs, players and celebrities. Read more >
I got to attend my first DNN (DotNetNuke) World last week in Orlando, FL. For someone like me, it was exciting to see so much attention paid to social and marketing at this year’s conference. It shows that the UI of DotNetNuke is easy enough for a non-techie to be comfortable using, and it’s powerful enough to let them do things that were impossible without IT’s help before. Read more >>
The greatest thing about DotNetNuke is that it’s so easy to use. In just a few clicks, you can add pages, edit content, or upload documents. That’s why we created our ONE Sites using the platform – it’s simply the best around for our client site administrators, who are generally self-admitted “non-tech” people. Read more >>
Last year, we helped Focus Pointe Global rebuild their website, focusgroup.com, using DotNetNuke. The Focus Pointe marketing department initiated the rebuild because they wanted to control the content on their site – and that’s exactly what they got. Once Focus Pointe’s marketers could regularly update their website, traffic soared. Their monthly website hits grew from 30,000 to 1.2 million! Read more >>
As DotNetNuke gears up to release an updated version of their platform this summer, they’re allowing developers a sneak peek at new features and modules. This release has a ton of enhancements, but I’m most excited about the new Journal module; it makes DNN a powerful tool for collaboration! Read more >>
Today we are proud to launch a new web site for Robert Rose Jewelry, a New York based fashion jewelry design company. The site is built on DotNetNuke 6 with CartViper handling the e-commerce functions. Check out the site at www.robertrose.com.
This week, Brio Solutions launched a newly redesigned web portal for Sandpoint, Idaho based non-profit Pend Oreille Arts Council. POAC has been supporting the arts in the Sandpoint area for over 30 years. POAC needed a fresh looking site that could easily be updated by non-technical volunteers working with the organization. Read more >>