Marker Seven Blog
POSTED ON October 10, 2014
Let’s rewind to the 1990’s, when the Internet is just reaching its teenage years.
In those days, access to the internet required you to go through a portal (such as AOL), a browser, or a command line interface. The Web browser became the tipping point for the internet boom of the late 90s by opening up the internet to a larger audience. No longer was it just for the elites at MIT or NASA. An average person with just a bit of technical savvy could easily access the world’s largest knowledge-sharing platform.
POSTED ON September 9, 2014
The Bay Area Drupal Camp is a gathering of like-minded people to discuss and learn about Drupal, an open-source content management system that is powering more of the web every year. In its 8th year, BADCamp provides four days of training, summits, sprints, sessions, BOFs, networking, career opportunities and more!
POSTED ON July 15, 2014
Marker Seven has been recognized by Clutch Independent Research as a leader in Web design and development, and as a leading digital agency in San Francisco. Clutch evaluates more than a dozen individual metrics to prepare its reports, including data solicited from the agencies, from real clients of the agencies, and other independent online sources.
POSTED ON June 17, 2014
Marker Seven is happy to announce that it has received a “Best in Class” Award from Interactive Media Awards for zoomsystems.com, in the category of B2B. The Best in Class designation is the highest honor awarded by the Interactive Media Awards. Out of 192 entries in the B2B category, only 9 received a Best in Class rating.