Author: Jo Murgel

Effectively Using Images to Tell Your Company’s Story

The trend in web design lately, among other things, is the use of large, high-quality, professionally-produced imagery. This is because images improve the visual appeal of your company’s website and can help effectively tell your company’s story. Uwishunu has done an excellent job of complementing the content and strengthening its...

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Our Redesign for The Sports Geek Is a Sure Bet

WebDevStudios is thrilled to announce the launch of the new and improved TheSportsGeek.com! Working with Kevin McClelland, editor of The Sports Geek, was exciting. The challenge that he presented included the requests for a fresh redesign, a logo refresh, and a full-site-rebuild on WordPress. The original website was somewhat outdated, text-heavy, and in need of...

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Public School Reform in the Digital Age

Organizations have been forming since the 2000s to combat a learning gap–a flaw in our public education system. Cohorts like CSTA—Computer Science Teachers Association—whose mission statement is, “To establish K–12 computer science as an essential academic discipline and participating in a cohort online community to share experiences, strategies, and successes.”...

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