NYC Camp, Drupal’s New York City mini-conference, is coming up in a few weeks and OHO Interactive is proud to announce our partnership with the event. NYC Camp is focused on helping attendees accelerate their learning while moving skills from an intermediate to an advanced level. This year’s camp will take place April 10 -13 at the United Nations. It features training, summits, social events, keynotes, sessions, and sprints. While tickets are free, the event will be limited to 1,000 attendees so register today.
What's new, what's next, what's best, and how it all fits in to a successful digital marketing strategy… Get inside our head with these helpful resources—from blog posts to best practices guides—written by our team of experts.
The sequence of human cognition goes like this: First we identify shape, then we see colors, and finally, once we’ve decoded those shapes, we read. It’s no surprise then, that in a world that has become exceedingly fast, visuals have become a key way in which we choose to communicate with each other.
OHO is proud to sponsor HighEdWeb Pittsburgh, a regional conference that brings together higher education web communications professionals to learn, share, network, and grow. On April 9th, this regional conference will gather attendees from public and private colleges and universities of all sizes to move forward their mission of advancing Web professionals, technologies, and standards in higher education. HighEdWeb Pittsburgh will be held at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
Growing up in the snowy winters of the Northeast can be fun. Snow days! Hot cocoa! It can also be disappointing, like during your senior year when your high school combines February and April vacations into one week in March because of an excess of snow days. Losing a week of vacation was harsh, but it did get us the parental sympathy required to take a senior trip.
OHO Interactive is excited to announce our Silver sponsorship of the HighEdWeb New England Conference on April 25, 2014. HighEdWeb New England brings together higher education professionals involved in all aspects of web communications to share knowledge, encourage best practices, and move web communications to the next level.
If you're not careful when it comes to implementing your Drupal site, a lot can go wrong. Working with a partner who has Drupal expertise and plenty of experience can help you avoid costly mistakes that can derail your digital strategy. Here's our list of 11 common mistakes that are entirely avoidable, along with the reaction you can expect if you make them.
I've updated "The Emerging iBeacon Ecosphere" infographic we released in February. Based on the feedback I heard, I've removed the distinction between hardware and platforms as many of the companies making CMS platforms are also creating their own beacon hardware. There are certainly companies just developing hardware, but it seemed too firm to divide these groups. It's more accurate to view it as a spectrum from pure hardware to software.
Many factors weigh in the decision-making process for prospective students. It's critical for higher education institutions to deliver the right information at the right time. To communicate effectively, it's important to understand the type of messaging that will resonate most with prospective students as they make their way through the student lifecycle.
iBeacon has been getting lots of attention this past week with a surge in articles and an analyst report calling out the potential for improving proximity marketing on mobile devices. Last year’s iBeacon announcement, along with the release of the iPhone 5S with a fingerprint sensor to facilitate e-commerce, has opened up the debate as to whether the more elegant iBeacon “touchless” payment will destroy NFC for mobile payment.
According to Google Trends, iBeacon has a long way to go to catch NFC. Clearly iBeacon is a very interesting, but still emerging technology.
For a young kid, few activities are more exciting than putting things together and taking them apart to figure out how they work. Helping children identify that tinkering and building as engineering can change how they view their career opportunities, adding ‘engineer’ to the list along with fireman, actress, and doctor. This is the foundation for Engineering is Elementary (EIE), a project of the National Center for Technological Literacy based at the Museum of Science, Boston.
Launching a national advertising campaign that invests your valuable budget dollars in television, radio, print, outdoor, and online media is a great way to drive traffic and give a push toward reaching your business goals. But if you’re driving to a poor web experience, you’re wasting your money. Luckily, the digital media team at St.
Earlier this week I attended the “2014 Edge Conference - Branded in Boston,” hosted by the ICA and organized by the AdClub. With speakers representing companies ranging from Google and Fidelity Investments to Bully Boy Distillers and Island Creek Oysters, the event celebrated the brands that live, breathe, and grow in Boston.
The launch date for your redesigned website is getting close. Your visual design is perfect and your content management system is ready to rock. You’ve conducted a content inventory, created new content, and outlined a governance plan. There’s just one thing left to do – optimize your content for search engines.
Now that you have completed a site map and identified a CMS, it’s time to start diving into your content. The best way to determine what you already have and what you’ll need to create to get your site launched is to conduct a content inventory.
Create a Content Inventory
A content inventory should list all of the content items on your site, including text, video, file downloads, images, and forms. It’s also helpful to make note of basic information such as:
Your website tells the story of who you are, who you are serving, and how you get it done. While creative design is a key piece to telling your story, your content plays the starring role in communicating your message. Copy, video, and photography work together to tell your brand story and convert prospects into customers. However, despite its starring role, the content strategy for a website is often put on the back burner during the redesign process.
Picture it. You’ve just discovered a very interesting link that you can’t wait to share with your friends. You log into Facebook, write a quick status update, and paste in your link… and you see something like this:
Heading to the CASE District 1 Conference at the Westin Copley Place in Boston? So are we! OHO is looking forward to exhibiting at the event on January 30 & 31 – let us know if you’ll be there so we can connect.
DrupalCamp NJ is right around the corner and we’re very excited to be lending our support as a Silver Sponsor. This year’s camp will draw more than 200 Drupal enthusiasts to learn more about the platform, how best to use it, and how to enhance it further.
OHO Interactive's Solutions Architect Dave Sawyer will be presenting a talk on integrating Drupal with Google Drive and Dropbox on Thursday, January 9, at the Drupal User Group meeting at UMass Amherst.