Category: Infomedia News

What Does Your Halloween Costume Say about You?

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 — […]

Team Infomedia Race for the Cure Recap

Saturday October 17th was the annual North Central Alabama Race for the Cure put on by the Susan G. Komen foundation in honor and support of breast cancer awareness. Every year thousands gather downtown at Linn Park and race around the streets of Birmingham in either a 5k or a mile walk/run dressed from head to toe in pink and team t-shirts.

Let us teach you about Responsive Design

  Responsive design has been one of the biggest buzz words for 2015 and we’re about to teach you why. If it wasn’t for phones being so smart, we might not have to, but we insist that you’re prepared and that your site can be the best it can be. Please join Infomedia and Uptick Marketing […]

Lunch & Learns Are Back!

As many of you may remember, Infomedia Lunch & Learns used to be a regular thing around here. We’ve taken a little hiatus, but now we’re all rested up and ready to teach you everything we know! Well, maybe not everything, but we’re definitely going to equip you with every bit of knowledge we can impart on you so that you, your site, and your organization are ready to tackle the future and all of the new and exciting trends happening in the technology industry.

On March 18th from 11:30-1:00 Infomedia & Uptick Marketing will be hosting a Lunch & Learn at Innovation Depot. We want to cordially invite you to join us! Take a few minutes and read through the following details, sign up, and we’ll see you soon!

Birmingham Wins the World Games!

News broke this morning that our own Birmingham, Alabama will host the 2021 World Games, and we’re excited. We’re also a little confused about what the World Games actually are, but let’s start with excited. These games could be a really good thing for Birmingham businesses because they’ll bring in tourism (and a little bit of fun), and that will boost our economy.