My other website is a Facebook.

Here’s one asset of a set we developed for Dr. David Pascoe over at the Auburn School of Kinesiology. He wanted to be able to follow up with networking contacts he met at a conference in Las Vegas. So we made him a nifty booklet to pass out to potential associates.

That booklet had a QR code on it that led to a Facebook page, allowing Dr. Pascoe to answer questions, post thoughts, and directly interact with industry connections.

Putting something on the web doesn’t always have to mean a website! We can help you use multiple media strategies to deliver your message, and we’ll make sure to create a combination that’s just right for you.


Scary Webs

Since it’s Halloween, and we’re in the mood for some FEAR, we thought we’d share this spooky image with you.

Fortunately, information architecture maps are a lot less scary than they look. Having a literal map of your website on your wall can help you keep track of information on your site, and help you make purposeful decisions about adding new items.

Complex ideas aren’t bad, but redundant or outdated information is downright frightening! Okay, maybe just annoying or discouraging. But you get the picture.