The way content is viewed has changed. The ownership, the spread and the use are now very different than just a few years ago. Content can now be pulled in via RSS feeds and used to populate a site without dependency on a large staff of writers and editors. With smart approval, tagging and categorization tools a site can help offer a visitor a resource of well organized content and direct traffic to their original sources. A win-win for all.
“...I am looking forward to showing off your coding skills when we launch the site this week”Lindsay Glatz / Director of Marketing & Communication, Arts Council of New Orleans
WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF OUR WORK
“...you're a wizard for all that you do for us.”Rachel Pucket / Arts Council of New Orleans staff
“I don't know if you saw but WorkNOLA was nominated for The Gambit 's web awards for Best Service Provider Website. This competition is about site design and user friendliness, so congrats!”Austin Lavin / Managing Director of WorkNOLA.com
“...lots of inquiries around Tulane as to who did our new site... we are extremely proud of it.”Valerie Marshall / Director, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University
“Just wanted to say how much we love the new site! We've been updating and playing with it all day. It's great. Mike Scott from the Times Picayune tweeted about it and other twitter folks have been chiming in as well, you guys did a great job!”Jenn Murphy / former Program Director of the New Orleans Film Society