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Welcome to Jockularity

What’s so funny? You may have noticed our blog has a new name–goodbye Brainjuice Box, hello Jockularity! And many of you may be wondering “what’s up with that”? As we’ve grown this blog over the last few years, we’ve come to love this community even more than we thought we could. You’ve been an awesome […]

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Welcome to Epijocks

Brainjocks is globally known as a thought leader in content management. We approach CMS differently and our enablement focus is one that we promote on behalf of our customers throughout everything we do, including our technology development. In fact, we’ve been delivering a modularized approach to CMS based on the principles of atomic design for […]

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Ascend 2019 Recap – Miami

Ascend takes over Miami Beach Fountainebleu With an all new location this year, Episerver’s Ascend conference was held at the Miami Beach Fountainebleu the 27th-29th of October. Ascend is a three-day event for digital marketers, developers and commerce leaders to share strategies for driving growth through digital innovations.  Brainjocks was proud to kick off their […]

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Announcing SCORE for Episerver!

A Perfect Pairing After more than 10 years as the premier accelerator on the market, we are excited to announce the addition of Episerver to our suite of platforms supported by our patented SCORE™ approach.  SCORE is our unique enablement approach to CMS that represents all the principles on how to deliver CMS effectively. These […]

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Guide: Trigger CCF messages from elements in Content Spots

Score’s CCF (Component Communication Framework) allows Content Authors to use rendering parameters to easily control how components communicate with each other. For example, we can set the Button component to fire a CCF message when it is clicked. But what if the button is inside a Content Spot? Can it still send and receive messages? […]

Cloud Computing

Address Evolving Healthcare Challenges with Red Hat Cloud Solutions

The Only Constant is Change The healthcare landscape is continuously evolving and there is a lot to keep up with in order to be cutting-edge… or even just to stay current. New trends in healthcare such as value-based care, precision medicine, and consumerism mean that healthcare organizations need to adapt quickly and efficiently. Healthcare organizations […]

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Tony Karre’s Top Tips to Consultant Career Success

If anyone knows about growth within Perficient, it is Tony Karre. “Here at Perficient, I’ve always been surrounded by really smart people willing to share their knowledge,” shares Tony. “You’re going to stay at a company if you like what you do, things are interesting, and there is enough change to keep your mind working.” […]

Why Gather Content Rocks

Why GatherContent Rocks!

When redesigning a website, organizing content can be a bear. GatherContent can help keep things structured and streamlined.

Digital Transformation

Design Thinking: Digital Transformation (Part 8)

This is part 8 in a series exploring design thinking in strategy development. If you are just joining, I encourage you to start at the beginning and read part 1 here. What Is Digital Transformation? We couldn’t conclude this series without discussing Digital Transformation (DX) and the impact it will have on your organization. The quote […]

Design Thinking: 5 Tips for Testing (Part 7)

This is part 7 in a series exploring design thinking in strategy development. If you are just joining, I encourage you to start at the beginning and read part 1 here. Why We Test Everything is nearly complete: you have gained empathy for your customer, defined the problem, developed numerous solutions and built a prototype. However, […]

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Design Thinking: Prototyping (Part 6)

If you are just joining, this is part 6 of a series exploring design thinking in strategy development. I encourage you to start at the beginning and read part 1 here. Prototyping: Trying Out Your Ideas All of the previous parts in this series have been preparing you to act. Ideas are useless if not acted […]

Design Thinking: How to Ideate (Part 5)

This is part 5 of a series exploring a case for design thinking in strategy development. (If you are just joining us now, I encourage you to start at the beginning and read part 1 here.) “What good is an idea if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world.” – […]

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