We received a big surprise a few days ago in our email. The organizers at 360|iDev decided to release all of the video recording from this year’s conference for free. You can stream them from here. In years past, 360|Conferences have charged for the session recordings, so having them released for free this soon after the […]
This past week I had the pleasure of attending 360|iDev in Denver. I’d been hearing really great things about all of the conferences put on by 360|Conferences for the last few years. Happily, this conference completely lived up to that reputation. Most of the sessions I attended were very well done and quite informative. In particular, I […]
Digital Generalists worked with Children’s Medical Center’s to redevelop their website. The new site, developed using WordPress, focuses on a crucial part of the relationship between a pediatrician and the patient’s family: communication. Robust online resources are available to provide up-to-date, reviewed medical information 24/7 on any digital device.
Digital Generalists is proud to participate in Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska’s project to create a day camp for girls in Lincoln, Nebraska. We worked with the council to design outdoor signs throughout the camp that incorporate identity elements from both the Girl Scouts’ and Hilltop Foundation’s brands.
Digital Generalists is working with a church whose history spans more than 150 years to solidify its brand. The goal of the project is to develop a set of communication guidelines that its staff and volunteer leadership can use to bring synergy to what is now a mismatched (and diluted) set of flyers, websites, and messages.
In the face of a world that values specialization and niche-seeking, I say that it’s the generalists who actually bring the competitive advantage (and have the most fun). So, why be a digital generalist? Glad you asked.