Entries by Mitchell Adams

Importing Records

Over the Labor Day holiday, I spent quite a few hours working on a process for our customers to upload a spreadsheet of their items into to their RelicRecord account. This import process will allow those customers who are already tracking items in spreadsheet programs like Microsoft Excel, or local databases like Microsoft Access, to upload […]

Managing an Item in your Collection

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been narrowing our focus on how best to create, view and make edits to an item in your collection. We also understand that this process needs to be as quick and easy as possible for the collector. To that end, users will have a few different options when adding a […]

Photographing Your Collection

As your collection grows, you’ll want to keep a visual inventory of all the items in your collection. In addition to remembering what’s in your collection, such images will also help with insurance documentation and estate planning. And for those of us losing our minds, it’s often easier to go through pictures to remember what […]

Storing Your Data

Where are we going to put all this stuff? With potentially hundreds of thousands of pictures and rows upon rows of data, this is an important question for any new website project. With technology, there is always more than one way to do something. The same holds true for how RelicRecord.com is being built.

Customer Registration and User Preferences

Since this is the first post on the progress of the web application, it only makes sense for us to start with an update on customer registration and user preferences. For someone who is interested in using the application, they will have to create a free account. We want to make this as painless as […]

An Introduction

What do you collect? For me, I’ve collected baseball cards (an obvious entry into collecting for a kid), stamps, coins, arrowheads, collectible card games, fountain pens and even buckeye nuts. My collections have never really amounted to much in size or value but I had fun getting them together and inventorying them. My brother is […]