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Gorana Blagus Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Why Your Follow/Unfollow 'Strategy' Is Irritating Your Customers

You're following me. Now you're not. Oh, now, again, you do. OK, now you don't. Then, here you are again. So, what's it gonna be in the end? Shoutout to all Instagramers who have been victims of follow/unfollow strategy! Raise your hand if you have been irritated by this, lately, so popular method!

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Boris Rauš Friday, January 20, 2017

How to Motivate the Best Team Members According to Uncle Freddie and I

Every  good team leader knows that success of the team as a whole lies in the ability of the team's execution. But what is needed for the best team execution?  Talent? Of course, every team needs to have a talented core that naturally knows how to excel in the designated task set in front of them. But as Tim Notke said first (yep he said it before Kevin Durant) “Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn’t Work Hard”

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Gorana Blagus Saturday, January 14, 2017

This is How Authentic Snapchat Shook Digital Marketing in 2016

At the beginning of the 2016, nobody was taking Snapchat seriously - “another app trying to compete with Facebook”; “sexting app”, “the app for kids” - was how Snapchat was called. Snapchat’s ephemeral nature deceived many that it is, in its nature, just another ephemeral fad.  

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Ena Valentina Derek Saturday, January 7, 2017

15 Things I've Learned in 2016 as Marketing Intern

Who is excited about a fresh new start? An end of a year significates a new beginning for all of us when it comes to making new goals and plans. But still, it’s important to reflect on the past year, all the ups and downs from which we can learn valuable lessons that will make us even more successful in the upcoming 2017. So, keeping that in mind, I made a list of 16 things I have learned in my one-year-and-a few-months experience as digital marketing intern at Bamboo Lab.  Let the countdown begin! ;)

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Mislav Kvesic Thursday, December 22, 2016

Navigate Through Virtual Rooms With JavaScript

This is the second part of my first blog where I have written about Presenting Your 360 Panorama Images With JavaScript. It's time to show you how to navigate through virtual rooms with JavaScript. This part is a bit more advanced but we'll guide your through it step by step. :)

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Gorana Blagus Wednesday, December 7, 2016

How To Survive New Age Tech-Consequences

Welcome to the 21. century - the era of a sedentary life - and when I say sedentary, I’m talking about our natural habitus these days - sitting in front of the computer 24/7.

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Mislav Kvesic Monday, November 7, 2016

Present Your 360° Panorama Images With JavaScript

Nowadays, 360° panorama images are everywhere. To make a panorama image, one would think you need a good equipment and great photography skills. Well...Wrong! The only thing you need is some experience in coding with JavaScript. Today, I will play with two libraries that present images as 360° panorama views and test two libraries, first is Panorama Viewer by Pete R. which is the simplest I could find and Three.js which is most complex one I could find. Both are free and easy to start with.

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Gorana Blagus Saturday, October 15, 2016

Here's 5 Ways to Use Snapchat in Marketing Today

Just after people have stopped whining about how they don’t have and don’t know how to gather a reasonable amount of friends on Snapchat, as required by human nature, a new problem arose - In which occasions and for what purpose should I use and create content on Snapchat?

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Iva Soldo Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Case Study: A Barbecue Calculator For The Future Barbecue Masters - PIK's Buyers

Do you need a perfect barbecue with the right choice for exactly your number of guests? PIK Barbecue Calculator is exactly the app that helps its users, PIK’s future buyers, with the organization of a perfect barbecue party. PIK Barbecue Calculator solves the barbecue problems with an algorithm that analyses how many guests you have over, what they love to eat, and a hundred little details that bother every real grill master.

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Bruno Bušić Thursday, September 8, 2016

How to Draw Pokémon Using Sass Lists, Maps, and Box Shadows

There are many useful ways to use Sass lists and maps in frontend development, why not doing something just for fun? In this blog post, you will learn how to build pixelized characters using only the box-shadow attribute and the power of Sass.

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