June 21st, 2012
Have you ever wanted to export all your databases at one time? It’s quite handy for backup purposes or if you have moving your development environment to a new computer. It’s not all that hard to do, but I didn’t find all that much clear information out there for those of us who aren’t server geeks. So here is what I do, hope this helps you!
January 18th, 2012
Yes, Creative Logic is still here! No, we have not had much time for blogging. We have lots of helpful tips and some great ideas to help your business, but unfortunately helping current clients is what we must work on right now. We do put out the occasional Tweet though, so please follow us on Twitter to stay up to date! Thank you!
April 24th, 2011
No doubt about it, Flash enables you to quickly have some pretty slick looking features on your website. But these days web developers have to be careful about over doing it with Flash. Why? Well, you may have noticed a few people around with Smartphones, Blackberries, iPads, and the like. Should they support Flash? Maybe. But the point is right now they don’t. And so if your website is highly reliant on Flash your website may not be presenting your message to your visitors, your potential clients.
April 19th, 2011
If you are music junky then I have good news for you…FL Studio 10 has been launched!
FL Studio is an powerful piece of music production, recording, editing software that comes at a great price. And the price is even better when you consider that you get free upgrades…for life! I’m already into my third upgrade of the software since I purchased it a couple of years ago.
November 25th, 2010
Wow! If you’ve ever needed a new web host, well I would say now is the time to think about it. I used HostGator myself and recommend it to pretty much every client I work with that needs hosting. And right now they are having one heck of a deal. It is for Friday, November 26, 2010 only. The details are below, plus here is the link to sign up:
February 15th, 2010
These days too many “designers” out there are taking templates, often free ones, ripping them off and charging you a lot of money for work they didn’t even do. This is often illegal (depending on the license of the design) and regardless of legality it is clearly immoral. Our clients deserve much better than that. More so, the generous people that make free templates and ask only for credit deserve a lot better. However, I would like to point out that templates themselves are not evil or bad. In fact, design templates can be very handy. We love to keep costs down for clients so if the project budget necessitates a templated design or a template can simply do what you want for less cost, we have no problem recommending that to you.