You’ve probably noticed that these days, we as a society have very little tolerance for crappy business ethics. Hating on the sustainable, locally-sourced movement? Not paying your workers a livable wage or offering benefits? Have a gnarly supply chain knitted together with dubious companies? Might as well hang the “closed” sign on the doors now. Or move to 1969 where we can watch you on Mad Men.
Are you asking yourself if you have to redesign your website, again? Industry standards say that you should re-do your site every 2-3 years. We say, IT DEPENDS. But we won’t leave you there because that is a sucky answer.
In April, I had the pleasure of attending An Event Apart conference in Seattle. The fantastic speakers’ topics ranged from responsive images to guerilla design tactics. For two days, our minds were filled with creative ideas, progressive predictions and exciting evolutions in our industry that we can’t wait to implement on our websites.
Visceral worked with the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) in the creation of A Closer Look at Stem Cells, one of the most comprehensive destinations for patients and caregivers seeking information on stem cells and stem cell treatments.
Whatever language appears on a business card, whatever alphabet it used – from Mandarin, to Hebrew, to Amharic or Cyrillic – one character will stand out as identifiable across linguistic barriers. The “@” sign in the middle of an email address or at the beginning of a Twitter handle.
Visceral recently launched a responsive website for the Global Biological Standards Institute (GBSI), an organization critical to improving standards and practices in life science research. With the site up and the dust settled, we wanted to highlight some of the new features.
Details About the Role Visceral crafts award winning websites and digital products for the world’s leading cause-driven organizations. We are looking for a smart and motivated developer to join our small, growing team in downtown San Diego. As a developer at Visceral, you will actively contribute to project strategy, creative direction and technical development in a collaborative environment.
A few weeks ago more than 2,000 nonprofit professionals gathered in Austin, TX to exchange knowledge, discuss challenges and explore what is new in the area of nonprofits’ use of technology. There was an amazing mix of session topics – everything from storytelling, case studies of online communities, online fundraising to use of data science for improving programs and even the value of walking meetings.
In 2014, our long-time partner, Arabella Advisors, engaged Visceral in an effort to evolve the visual identity and plan, architect and design a small online experience for ECET2.
You’ve heard it before, email marketing is a must for any mission-driven organization seeking to engage supporters consistently. Whether you are new to email marketing or a veteran looking to improve your email marketing efforts, this post will help you find the best email marketing platform that fits your unique needs.