With an early career as an in-house developer, Martin has refined his interactive skills. He wears many hats as Director of Interactive Services. Martin knows what he's talking about and strategically plans each interactive project.
Like a true LSU fan, Martin bleeds purple and gold. You know when game day has arrived in our office.
Hanging at the Water Cooler
Do you have any pets?
Two dogs. Mini Australian Shepherds. Hammond and Oliver. Hammond's name is a joke. Hammond Eggert (sounds like ham and egg). Oliver because olive is green, and green eggs and ham. We had to get the joke names out of the way before we had kids.
If you were trapped on an island and could only have three things, what would they be?
Since you don't specify a desert island, I'll assume Hawaii counts. 1) My Wife, 2) My Kid, 3) are you really going to make me pick one dog?
How old are your kids?
Audrey turned 4 in August. Our second one is scheduled for January 2015
Single malt scotch/water/coffee. Not mixed, of course.
What’s your favorite color?
I'm not a fan of absolutes. Let's just say lime green for now.
Martin's Blog Posts
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There are currently more than 100 million global smartphone users accessing the mobile web daily. This number is on track to pass traditional PC users by 2015. During the past five years, the emergence of mobile Internet users has become a critical factor in website development.
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Just last week, Google announced that they are adding support for microformats to their crawler. Not only was this a great validation for proponents of Web standards, but it gives us a sneak peek into the future of search engines.
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I've used Zappos.com before as an example on how big companies can push social media, but when I recently heard their named mentioned regarding their focus on user experience, it got me thinking. Zappos branding is essentially its user experience.
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"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
— Arthur C. Clark