Here we are, at the end of a tumultuous 2012 for the interactive industry (covering the production of web, apps, games and other software), and the end of this site’s mission. So much of 2009, 2010 and 2011 was dominated by the manufactured battles pitting HTML against Flash (technologies that should have been perceived as […]
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Last week I posted a survey, seeking responses from the community on a small set of brief questions intended to illuminate how the nuts-and-bolts of production have changed over the past few years. Obviously the battles between HTML5 and Flash have certainly garnered much of the attention as a source of disruption in our industry. […]
In private discussions with developers this year, many confess to a sense of annoyance or frustration with the technology landscape they have to deal with every day, when building solutions for their employers, customers or clients. Though, with some exceptions, I do not feel like this is what I’m seeing communicated in blog posts and […]
Executing complex projects for the web has become more complicated and expensive a process in 2012, than it was two or three years ago. There are many drivers for this increase in cost — some of which have already been discussed at length on this site. One such driver of increased costs is the amount […]