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Tony Guzmán's picture

Introducing the new avac.org

I tend to be attracted to big causes. Heck, for many years I worked to eradicate the world of nuclear weapons, so big global issues don’t intimidate me. It makes sense then why I was quickly attracted to my client AVAC and their work to rid the world of AIDS.

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Liz Schwartz's picture

Ringing In the New (Web): 2013 at EchoDitto

2013 was an exciting year at EchoDitto.

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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.

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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.

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Tony Guzmán's picture

World Food Day and the launch of the new World Food Program USA

As the international community celebrates World Food Day today, I find myself fortunate to have the rare chance to reflect on the tangible impact our clients are having on a daily basis.

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Jesse Littlewood's picture

The "App Trap" and What to Think About Before Going Native

This post was co-authored by Michael Zamora, an intern with EchoDitto this summer through Harvard's Institute of Politics. For more info on Michael, you can head here.

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Tony Guzmán's picture

Design Concepts: one or two?

This was post was co-authored by Neal Maher. For more info on Neal and his portfolio, visit: http://iamneal.com/

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Jesse Littlewood's picture

Responsive Design: What to Know

Mobile is the future of the web.

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Jesse Littlewood's picture

Quick Tip: Convio Custom CSS Page Wrappers

Convio Luminate is one of the most popular constituent relationship management (CRM) software systems used by non-profits. This post details how you can use external custom CSS and/or JavaScript to "skin" the look of a Convio-hosted page (like a petition or survey).

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