2014 is firmly in the rear view mirror so it seems like a good time to revisit some of the highest highs and lowest lows that help establish comparative parameter. To that end, here’s a decuplet of the best and worst from 2014 plus one more to acknowledge the sadder moments. Best Of 2014 Worst Of 2014 Saddest Of 2014 So there it is. Did anything from your list fail to get mentioned?
Archive | December, 2014
2014 was a banner year for the Venture Platform; the number of users more than quadrupled, the amount of e-commerce and CRM integration work exploded, and we’ve continued to set the bar even higher for what arts organizations and artists should expect out of their web providers. Some of the really fantastic work has centered on automating a variety of time-suck activities that make arts managers less efficient than they could be. For example, we developed something no other provider offers in the form of fully automated email campaigns for upcoming and […]
I published an article today at ArtsHacker.com that brings attention to a sobering, yet gorgeously rendered, interactive infographic from Information is Beautiful that details the major breaches since 2004, it’s a terrific companion post to the data security breach policy post here from earlier this month.
Today’s post was supposed to be a best and worst of 2014 but as I am still very much under the weather it is going to have to wait until next week. Until then, I’m curious to know what you thought the (non artistic) highs and lows for the field were over the course of 2014 so take a moment and send in a comment.
Just a quick post today to link over to a terrific post from Joe Patti about minimalism and presentations. Being a dedicated believer in the adage (meme?) “every time you use a bullet point in a presentation, god kills a kitten” I can wholeheartedly recommend that this is good reading.