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Creating a Design System part 1 – Creating a ‘T’ Shaped Artifact

By JeJun Lee

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New Faces That Can Be Seen Working At BNOTIONS

2012 was an incredible year for growth for BNOTIONS. We’ve added more talented people to our winning team and we’re pleased to introduce them here. James Keane I am a passionate and motivated Javascript/Python software engineer from Toronto. My primary interests include:  Programming language design and implementation, template metaprogramming,  type inferencing,  functional programming and web... [Read More]

Inspirational Websites Using jQuery And CSS

The way we interact with our web content has changed dramatically since frameworks like jQuery and the new CSS3 features have been introduced. For the past few weeks, we’ve been promoting the jQueryTO conference, the first of its kind to come to Canada. This has led to the sharing of some of the best and most... [Read More]

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App Marketing Series 101: App Store Marketing

One of the most important steps of developing a mobile application is the publishing to various distribution channels, like the App Store and Google Play to name a couple. How do you get your app in front of as many eyes as you can? What about SEO? How important are my ratings? If you’ve asked... [Read More]

BNOTIONS Invites You To Our First Annual Job Fair

Attention, innovation enthusiasts! BNOTIONS is excited to announce its first annual job fair on Saturday, February 9, from 12 – 4 PM. Come join us for a fun afternoon to get to know one of the fastest growing innovation companies in Canada, and mix and mingle with some of the coolest people in the industry.... [Read More]

GROWtalks Toronto 2013

The team that produces the GROW Conference is bringing a piece of GROW right here to Toronto. GROWtalks Toronto (http://www.growtalks.com/events/toronto/) is a conference built for startup teams and it will take place February 21st at Ryerson. There’s a great list of out of town and local speakers coming out for the one conference including Brant... [Read More]

Introducing Graph Search by Facebook

Facebook announced yesterday a new feature called Graph Search that lets you find information based on your social graph, a distillation of your connections through the filter of your friends. It’s a new way of searching for the targeted info you want without having to click a bunch of links to get those results, such... [Read More]

App Marketing Series 101: Pricing

The topic of how much to sell your apps for, and whether to go with a freemium model or incorporate some form of advertising, are all questions that developers have to answer at some point in the project lifecycle. Luckily, we’ve got some great insights and knowledge from the great team over at App-Promo! We... [Read More]

Activity Trackers To Get You Motivated And Moving

If you’re anything like me, sugarplums not only danced in your head this holiday season, they also danced all over your belly. Luckily, there’s great fitness tracking tech to help you out, whether you’re a fitness beginner or a seasoned gym rat. And trust me when I say that these fitness trackers aren’t your grandparents’... [Read More]

Collection Of Year In Review Videos: 2012

It was a big year for social media, and all the major platforms have seen tremendous growth both from a user base and engagement perspective. As they do every year, you can always count on Google to release a well-produced video of the hottest trends and media events throughout the year. So, without further ado,... [Read More]