First, we’d like to thank the academy…
At the launch of SME.org and IIBA.org, Brightfinders high-fived and congratulated each other. We admitted we might be a tad bias, but each website looked sharp and each website was designed to meet our clients’ strategic goals. When we learned we won a silver Muse Creative Award for the website design and development for each website, our internal applause felt justified.
First, we’d like to thank the academy…
When it comes to writing RFPs, there is a process I follow:
- Stare at a blank Word document.
- Google how to write an RFP.
- Click on a shoe ad.
- Click back to the RFP search.
- Walk to get coffee.
The team at AIIM International recently re-designed their website and lived to tell about it. President/CEO Peggy Winton shared what they learned through-out the process in hopes of helping others who are about to begin (or who are putting it off). Her blog was originally posted on LinkedIn and she was kind enough to let Brightfind share it with our readers.
We took a look at Brightfind’s highly viewed blogs, heavily attended events, and most downloaded resources, to compile a round-up of the topics that most interested you in 2016.
Last week professionals gathered for the inaugural Brightfind World Usability Day. This half-day summit gave attendees the opportunity to concentrate on providing their constituents with usable and accessible websites.
"No one should have to suffer through products and services that get in their way. People should not be made to feel stupid by technology." - WorldUsabilityDay.org
World Usability Day is single day of events occurring around the world to educate the masses about how usability impacts our daily lives. Brightfind is participating by hosting our first ever World Usability Day event. Join us.
This (free) half-day summit is designed to help you provide constituents visiting your website with an incredible user experience. Education will focus on web usability and accessibility. You’ll leave with actionable ideas for improving your site and your web strategy. Plus, you’ll have the chance to network with you peers, participate in a card sort, and sip fabulous Spanish wines.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is an organization of more than 15,000 professionals from around the world dedicated to serving students as they make choices about pursuing postsecondary education.
Brightfind and NACAC are in the midst of a website redesign for http://www.nacacnet.org/. Part of this project entailed creating personas, or fictional characters representative of NACAC’s target audiences, based on user research conducted by Brightfind.
I’m embarrassed. As someone who is passionate about both marketing and helping others, my worlds were not colliding.
Recently, I worked with Brightfind’s Senior User Experience Designer Nina Amato to put on a webinar entitled Accessibility & 508 Compliance Explained. This subject matter truly piqued my interest. The event was designed to educate people on how to ensure their websites are accessible to all regardless of disability status. This webinar was going to better the world!
Welcome to Episode #5 of BrightTakes.
In this video series, I cover different elements of creative design, along with answers to frequently asked client questions I receive as the Creative Director at Brightfind. If you have a burning question that you'd like me to discuss, leave it in the comments section. Enjoy!
Welcome to Episode #4 of BrightTakes, Brightfind's first video series!
In these videos, I'll cover different elements of creative design, along with answers to frequently asked client questions I receive as the Creative Director at Brightfind. If you have a burning question that you'd like me to discuss, leave it in the comments section. Enjoy!