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August 15, 2017

University of Denver Launches New Core Site

A great byproduct of the way we like to work with clients is that we form good relationships with people […]

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August 14, 2017

Template Doesn’t Mean Cookie Cutter

“The mere mention of website templates makes some clients bristle. Nobody likes being told they have to conform to a […]

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Tony’s take on managing off-strategy content requests You spend countless hours and dollars figuring out exactly what your users want. […]

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The Challenge: Contributed themes, particularly responsive themes, will typically lock you into a less feature rich HTML structure. Sure, the […]

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Want an Ivy League quality website on a community college budget? We’ve partnered with Acquia to make it happen! Check […]

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Last year, we were busy redesigning the entire George Mason University core site. Once that was complete, we began to […]

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Not every site gets designed from the ground up. Sometimes clients come to us with a functional spec and approved […]

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Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center launched their new web presence, built on Adobe Experience Manager.  Digital Wave […]

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January 18, 2017

Farmer’s Market UX: Sampling the Wisdom of Jam-Makers

It was a California gourmet market, known for its wide selections. A researcher set up a tasting booth ostensibly to […]

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Introducing yourself may be the first thing you do in a real life social situation, but it’s probably the last […]

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Any time Jakob Nielsen’s people talk, it’s noteworthy; but when they focus on .EDU’s target user “sweet spot,” we really […]

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We spent some time speaking with Jamie McCormick, the project lead on Radford University’s McConnell Library website redesign project that recently launched. […]

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