At Infomedia, we love to work with non-profit organizations. There’s nothing better than helping someone else do good, and we’ve been honored to work with so many organizations that we believe in. We’ve been building websites for non-profits for over 20 years, so we thought we’d share feedback on what works for a non-profit website … and what doesn’t.
In December, Infomedia web designer Joy Sandlin visited the University of Alabama as a guest of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations’ portfolio review. The review is part of a program the University began in 2015 to assist future art directors and writers with developing professional portfolios before graduation.
Near the end of 2016, we decided to reevaluate how our website was working for us. We’re a web development company, so you’d think that would mean we’d be great at updating our site; but sometimes, it’s hard to practice what you preach, and even though we help clients improve their websites every day, it was hard for us to the same to ours.
Infomedia is taking our Christmas break from Friday, December 23 through Tuesday, January 3 so our staff can enjoy the time with family. Thanks so much to all our clients for a great year, and we hope you all have a happy holiday!
Last week, on the eve of the Rogue One release, we celebrated with our annual Infomedia Christmas party. Each year, we get together with lots of good food and drink. We also hold an epic Dirty Santa gift exchange — the only rules are that gifts must come from the thrift store, which results in some very interesting choices. We asked Katie to write a little poem about this year’s party.
Black Friday is trending away from long lines at the store. Instead, Cyber Monday and ecommerce sales have slowly gained on Black Friday’s brick-and-mortar sales in the past few years, and they show no signs of stopping soon.
It’s nearly Halloween, and here at Infomedia, that’s a big deal. We have a costume contest involving team rivalries, a coveted trophy for the grand prize winner, and lots of creative people who really get into competing for the creepiest, craziest or most creative costume. It’s fun to go through the workday in character — […]
WordCamp Birmingham is a great way to network, learn about WordPress, get WordPress tech support, and meet new people in Birmingham, Alabama for a low ticket price of $20. We hope to see you at WordCamp Bham!