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Push pin in a Sitecore logo on a map Explaining Sitecore DMS Geographic (GeoIP) Personalization Rules 

December 16, 2014

Geographic targeting is one of the more valuable and accessible routes to taking advantage of Sitecore's DMS personalization capabilities.

Development

Sitecore logo inside a search magnifying glass icon Properly Handling Sitecore Item URLs in Coveo for Sitecore 7 

November 14, 2014

Coveo for Sitecore opens up a lot of new possibilities for using search on a website. Here at TBG, we've discovered, however, that it needs help in generating URI for display and use on site search pages.

Development

A shot of a jumbotron and a crowd at the Sitecore Symposium Digesting Change: CliffsNotes from Sitecore Symposium 2014 

October 1, 2014

Having just participated in Sitecore’s Symposium in Las Vegas, TBG pauses for a second to digest the new information that was a part of that event, and serve it up in bite-sized chunks for our clients and other Sitecore developers.

Development

federatedcontent Sitecore’s Federated Experience Manager 

September 10, 2014

Sitecore's FXM is a newly released module for Sitecore 7 that does the incredible thing of allowing you to extend the reach of Sitecore's marketing and content delivery capabilities to sites that don't actually run on Sitecore.

Development

snake eating its tail Web Content Personalization in Five Minutes, with TBG CEO John Berndt 

August 8, 2014

CMS and 3rd party systems have enabled Web teams to deliver highly targeted, personalized content. But many Web teams have only tapped the surface of these features. This short video gives an overview of personalization and how it can influence your Web operation.

Development

Clock Part One: Building for the Long Haul 

August 6, 2014

TBG doesn't often work on the "throwaway" Web. The projects that our clients hire us to do are large and will live at the center of their Web strategy for many years to come. That's why we build solutions that last. 

Development

CMS House How Responsive Web Design is Pressurizing CMS Best Practices 

March 19, 2014

The runaway freight train that is Responsive Web Design has many obvious benefits for users—but for web developers and clients, there are a slew of other secondary effects that are both positive and destabilizing.

Development

whiteboard presentation Takeaways from Breaking Development Conference 

December 30, 2013

This past October, I was fortunate enough to attend the Breaking Development conference in Nashville, Tennessee. It focuses on emerging techniques for doing web development and design for the wide array of devices people use today.