Kevin West Executive VP, Director of R&D

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Kevin's unique skill set has enabled Full Media to build a dynamic and versatile development team. With a dual background in graphic design and complex data-driven web software, Kevin has built a diverse team of designers and programmers who are capable of creating rich, engaging websites that also have sophisticated, yet easy-to-use content management capabilities that allow our clients to easily manage their own websites.
 

Latest Blog Post
Website Performance Optimization - Part 4: Minification & More
Posted: February 20th, 2013
In the last article in our series on website performance optimization we discussed image compression. We are going to continue discussing the idea of compression with the topic of JS and CSS Minification.
Website Performance Optimization - Part 3: Images
Posted: February 1st, 2013
In the first part of this series we discussed a few reasons why speeding up your website is important. In part two we covered developer tools and resources that can help identify improvement opportunities. Now we are going to discuss image compression and how this impacts overall website performance.
Website Performance Optimization - Part 2: Tools
Posted: January 25th, 2013
In part one of this series we discussed why website performance optimization is an important step in your overall internet marketing strategy. In part two we are going to give an overview of a few useful developer tools for improving performance.
Website Performance Optimization - Part 1: Why?
Posted: January 15th, 2013
How quickly your website loads can have a significant impact on your business. Why is this important and how does it impact the effectiveness of your website? Find out in part one of Web Performance Optimization.
Usability, Flash and the iPhone
Posted: September 14th, 2010
As the battle rages between Adobe and Apple, developers are stuck in between. Adobe Flash is the premier cross-platform web environment used to develop media rich web applications. Recently Apple has announced that their latest version iPhone OS for iPhone 4 will not run Adobe Flash. While some mobile manufacturers have over come this obstacle, Apple has drawn a line in the sand by saying they will not and do not have future plans to make Adobe Flash run on the iPhone OS.