Tag Archives: Web design

April 8th, 2013

Convercent Rescues Industry from Snake Pit of Mediocrity.

Hey, boys and girls! Who wants to talk about the exciting world of compliance?? WHOO HOO!!!!!!!! Now don’t fight; you’ll all get to pick a topic. There’s corporate governance, policy management, incident reporting…so many goodies to choose from!

Alright, seriously, though. No one gets excited to hear about compliance. Why? Because the GRC industry has done a commendable job of making itself feel as horrifically staid and unexciting as possible. And while the work companies do in this space certainly requires a level of formality, the solutions they offer and the way they talk about them don’t.

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February 4th, 2013

It’s All In the Family.



If you could choose your own family, would you? Actually, don’t answer that. We don’t want any trouble. But chew on this: If you’re an entrepreneur, you kind of can choose your family. Not the kind who’ll lovingly change your putrid diapers,  but the kind who will unwaveringly support you and see the genius in your seemingly balderdashian ideas.

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July 28th, 2010

Deploy Happiness. (And An Order Of Crazy Bread.)

Let's say you make apps for handhelds. What are you really providing? Ones-and-zeroes? No. Nyet. Non. You are giving your customers the ability to do more than they otherwise could have. Giving them the power to fill orders on the spot. Trade stocks from the airport lounge. Do pretty much anything that needs doing. In real time. Without delay. So if you think about it, they're not "using apps." They're deploying happiness.

Mortar client Antenna launched their shiny new Mortar-built website Monday – complete with shiny new logo and shiny new tagline.


We're predictably proud of it, but perhaps even prouder of the client's Facebook tribute to their new logo.


"Please leave 1/4" clear space around logo. Please do not eat logo."

Visit the site. Watch the video. Let us know what you think.

April 1st, 2010



Well, what do you know? It's a shiny new website for Bright Now! Dental, designed and written by Mortar.  Check it out and let us know what you think.

And don't forget to floss.