February 02, 2016
by Lydia Lodovisi
Our Discovery process includes any number of research activities, including audience and stakeholder interviews, surveys, analytics review, content and UX audits, and more. Something we sometimes hear is, “how statistically significant is your data?” Let’s talk about what “statistical significance” is and why that is not typically the end goal.

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Feb 02, 2016
by Lydia Lodovisi
Our Discovery process includes any number of research activities, including audience and stakeholder interviews, surveys, analytics review, content an...
Jan 31, 2016
by Jenny Anderson
Cat cloning, hiking, laughter and happiness - just a few things I hope might be part of my life's last chapter.
Jan 30, 2016
by Jeb Banner
A person’s legacy, I believe, should be tethered to what brings them joy. When we do things that bring ourselves joy we find that action to be almos...
Jan 29, 2016
by Sara McGuyer
Why write? An exploration of remembering, reflecting and more.
Jan 28, 2016
by Dan Fahrner
How different is your life because of the king of basketball, Michael Jordan?
Jan 27, 2016
by Drew DeBoy
Did you admire the actions of another person, place, or organization this year?
Jan 26, 2016
by Drew DeBoy
Influencers come in all forms – here are a few of the past year's highlights from our team.
Jan 25, 2016
by Elizabeth Heil
Always look for opportunities to spread kindness. You never know what kind of impact you can make in a person's life.
Jan 24, 2016
by Sara McGuyer
Walking can be a great way to connect as a team – for meetings or for breaks! Where my love for walking began...
Jan 23, 2016
by Maureen Saul
Once upon a time I did things without worry...
Jan 22, 2016
by Mark Shreve
Getting above the clouds every now and then brings clarity.
Jan 21, 2016
by Nick Klooz
Strangers can make an experience way more meaningful than I would have ever imagined.
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