“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”
From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book


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Echo Named “Official Webby Honoree” for Greenpeace USA

We’re excited to share that the 20th Annual Webby Awards has recognized our work with Greenpeace USA as an Official Webby Honoree.


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5 Ways Content Can Stall Your Launch

We’ve all heard by now that content is king. It’s the reason why your visitors come to your site, read your pages, and follow you on social media.


Graziella Jackson's picture

10 Ways to Drive UX Innovation

The other day, a client asked me how to go about starting a culture of UX innovation within her organization. There are ten steps that you can take to get this strategy in place.


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Thinking Outside of Yourself

Prioritizing others is at the heart of what many of our clients at Echo & Co. do. It’s what the nonprofits we love are formed around: working toward the greater good, fighting for the disenfranchised, shining light on injustice, and trying to make the world a better place.


Lauren Zingarelli's picture

The Ultimate Email Checklist

Our ultimate email checklist is a series of checks, or reminders, of what needs to be in place before you set targeting and hit send. It's similar to your grocery list.


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Rapid Drupal Scaffolding with Yeoman

The Console module in Drupal 8 has a lot of developers excited, seeing as it has built in support for scaffolding out and generating modules at the command line.


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Code Academy: How My Big Risk Paid Off in a Big Way

What do you get when you take an English major, put him in a room with a bunch of incredibly bright tech minds, and tell him to spend the next several months learning how to code?


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Designing with Math in Mind

Design can sometimes be a subjective process. As experts in the field, we study our client's brand and business goals, rely on our expertise, and search out inspiration to help guide us in making design decisions.


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5 Digital Priorities for Your Organization in 2015

It may not be Dick Clark official, but it’s true nonetheless: 2015 is upon us. With it comes new budget cycles, fundraising goals, and election countdowns.


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OS X 10.10 Yosemite Local Development Environment: Apache, PHP, and MySQL with Homebrew

OS X 10.10 Yosemite comes with Apache and PHP pre-installed, but it's not in a great configuration, requires root to make lots of changes, and can introduce issues with file ownership and permissions. We prefer to use Homebrew to avoid these problems and because it's easier to keep up to date with newer versions of each component and extend customization. We can also set things up to be fully automatic so you can create new websites locally without needing to edit any configuration files.


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Getting Line Count (and Length) with JavaScript

JavaScript provides fantastic tools for dealing with HTML element positions, but when it comes to text nodes there are very few options.

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