Turn Lists Into Columns With A Little CSS Magic

One of the most common content management frustration points I find clients encounter is finding an attractive way to display long lists inside webpages. For example, the ubiquitous donor list. Sure, a dozen or so names for larger donors in a bullet list looks fine but what about when you get to that $1-$99 range and you have hundred(s) of names? Fortunately, there’s a CSS trick that will let you convert regular bullet (unordered) or numbered (ordered) lists into columns without having to lift a finger. Best of all, you can still … Read more

Effective And Affordable Website User Testing

Whether it’s your website, email marketing templates, or landing pages, user testing is a critical step toward the end of a digital redesign process. Implemented properly, the process should include live and remote user testing utilizing one of several tools made expressly for those purposes. But the reality is that process requires time and adds costs that many arts organizations simply can’t accommodate in their budget. Fortunately, we’re here to help and have put together a remote user test that’s capable of providing user feedback that will help you maximize conversions. This … Read more

How A Healthy Data Driven Culture Energizes Healthy UX

I recently wrapped up a workshop for Americans for the Arts and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts on Website User Experience with a terrific group of participants taking part in a two-year capacity building initiative titled Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement in the 21st Century: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania’s Cultural Sector. Though yesterday's temps were chilly, it didn't stop Drew McManus of Venture Industries Online from presenting a great… Posted by Pennsylvania Council on the Arts on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 I want to thank everyone from BottleWorks, PA Council for the Arts, and … Read more

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