Working in tech and digital, it’s so easy to speak in code, literally and figuratively.
But in order to resonate with your end user or prospect or client, you need to connect on an emotional level, and the best way to do that is with storytelling and building common ground.
We asked this essential question to our clients and colleagues to get their take on pitfalls and opportunities of the redesign process from the website owner side.
Since sites support so many key communications strategies and goals, one of the best ways to build a successful site and partnership is for clients and developers to have realistic expectations when diving in.
From timing and budgets to content migration, platforms and project management, here are their spot-on suggestions, caveats, and best practices: Continue reading
As we round the bend toward the end of the year, it’s time to take stock of your website’s strengths and how to best position yourself for sustained growth in 2018 and beyond.
Back by popular demand, here’s our interview with the Washington Business Journal — after once again being named to the Book of Lists top web design firms — where we provide expert, insider tips on what sites should (and shouldn’t) have in a great website design.
There’s still time to start the new year off right to maximize your goals and deliver digital dynamite to your audiences!
Read on for our blog post on the top 3 best practices & worst offenses for 2017 website design and development.…
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Much to our chagrin, Ranger Rick was NOT present at the kickoff meeting 🙂
Yesterday, the Bean Team kicked off the redesign of Ranger Rick, the leading nature magazine for kids aged 7 and up.
Leading a strategic planning and ideation session with National Wildlife Federation, we collaborated with staff ranging from the editor of the magazine to their content authors, web staff, designers and IT folks.
While there is always a palpable sense of excitement for kickoff meetings, there are often heavy expectations to meet diverse departmental needs, too.
How do you align it all?! Continue reading