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Jessica Teal's picture

Driving Online Action with Social Media Graphics

Last week I hosted a Google Hangout with Kevin Call from Everytown for Gun Safety to discuss these little things called "social graphics" — visually impactful static and animated content designed specifically for social media.

Strategy

Apollo Gonzales's picture

Building Your Engagement Team

As the digital and social spaces have reached maturity, we’re finally seeing organizations invest significant time and money in their digital teams. At the heart of what makes all efforts undertaken by digital teams effective is engagement. If you want your team to be successful, you need to be thinking about building an Engagement Team. We’ve put together some thoughts from our last year of working on building these teams with our clients.

Tech

Miles Blackwood's picture

Middleweight Content Management with Barley

It's no secret that in the market for complex web applications and projects, Drupal has become a staple CMS amongst developers.

Strategy

Liz Schwartz's picture

Ringing In the New (Web): 2013 at EchoDitto

2013 was an exciting year at EchoDitto.

Strategy

Tony Guzmán's picture

Responsive web design is 90% technical, the other half is content strategy

Yogi Berra quote homage aside, the biggest recent revelation I’ve had in doing responsive web design projects is how much content strategy plays a part.

Strategy

Joshua Wachs's picture

Bitcoins Now Accepted at EchoDitto. (or: Why Nerds Like Cryptocurrency)

We here at EchoDitto enjoy exploring the new and cool ways technology is reshaping our world.Bitcoin

Strategy

Apollo Gonzales's picture

5 Things Digital Teams Can Do To Harness External Innovation

I recently met with a former colleague who never fails to inspire me with the projects he's working on. For the most part, these projects are not digital in nature, but instead involve bringing real world communities together in the face of sometimes seemingly insurmountable challenges. He loves his work so much that his passion is absolutely infectious and pushes people and structures beyond their comfort zone. He is what I like to call an “innovation agent”.

Tech

Austin DeVinney's picture

More than a drop in the bucket -- Drupal 8, Nginx, and Microcaching

The LEMP stack (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) is something I learned early on in web development. It's modern, scalable, and most of all -- simple. You can get up and running in a matter of minutes with powerful tools to let you focus on writing code and not pretending to be a sysadmin.

Strategy

Michelle Edwards's picture

VictoryKit: the Legacy of Aaron Swartz

Aaron Swartz was, by all accounts, a brilliant and passionate mind. He dropped out of high school to begin changing the world at 14, was a dotcom millionaire by 21, was indicted on federal charges at 24, and committed suicide at 26.

Strategy

Jesse Littlewood's picture

Free Money! (Seriously)

EVEN NEWER UPDATE:

Strategy

Conor Walsh's picture

Beyond Words: Rethinking Languages on the Web

For most, the Internet is still something experienced through the written word. So much for the information revolution; we still access most webpages through an interface that would be all too familiar to Gutenberg and his ilk.

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com