Author Archive: Kyle Ellicott

As we know the mobile industry is accelorating at high speeds with no chances of slowing down anytime soon. With this fast pace industry the elegant design we see if websites, is sometimes lost in translation. Q Manning of Rocksauce, is out to change that. He and his company, Rocksauce, make sure to add high quality design back into each of the apps they create.

There was that one night…or was it another night? You just remember you met someone nice and had a great time with. But you can’t seem to remember the details. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an app for that? I mean it’s tough to carry a black leather book in todays “fashionable” tight jeans. So good news there is an app out there! Meet today’s “little black book,” an updated, digital book that keeps track of one’s most private affairs.

This year’s South By South West conference in Austin, Texas, is days away. The excitement is buzzing around communities everywhere and the event invites are pouring in. However something special is happening this year. Los Angeles’s very own Espree Devora (aka The Girl That Gets It Done), has put together quite the exciting event for this year’s SXSW conference.

It’s that time of year again ladies and gentlemen. We’ve been talking about it all week. Giving you tips and tricks to guide you towards the winner circle. Well, it’s time. Time for Startup Weekend LA. So put on your thinking caps and get ready to be closing.

We’ve all become so used to having Microsoft in our lives that we’ve started to take their products and services for granted. We don’t think about how much Microsoft does to make our lives easier, especially at work. However, Microsoft is behind the scenes at most businesses – both large and small – enabling them to operate more efficiently and grow more quickly.

With Startup Weekend EDU happening just around the corner in the Bay Area this weekend, we at TechZulu thought those participating might find this infographic of the use preparing for the event. If you’re not apart of the Startup Weekend EDU event, you may still find the Q1 2012 report interesting, especially if you’re looking to…continue reading.

It’s always nice to have a map in hand when going backpacking through the mountains. Without a map it’s easy to get lost. Just like backpacking through the mountains, startup competitions such as Startup Weekend can be difficult without some guidance.

With the SOLD OUT Startup Weekend Los Angeles quickly approaching (February 24th-26th, 2012) it’s time to start getting in the creation mindset. This year Startup Weekend is branching out towards driving solutions to be created for the education industry with Startup Weekend EDU. While this is different than the traditional Startup Weekend events, it comes at no surprise as the education industry continues to push forward on advancing learning with technology.

We all have things to cheer for in life. Most times we celebrate to milestone events or showing our affection for people in our lives. But there’s so many things in life that make us happy.

Remember that feeling the first time you got an iPhone? You were all excited and happy to have the coolest technical gadget to date. Then you got Instagram. And you could share pictures with the world with filters making them look like they were from just about any camera ever made.