Strategy

Empathy: a project manager’s secret weapon

Our Brick Factory team recently moved into a new office in the McPherson Square area of Washington, DC.   Our new space was previously occupied by a law firm with an affinity for wood paneling, ship drawings and 80s style carpet.  Thankfully, as part of our lease we were given the opportunity to completely gut the space and rebuild to our exact specification.  ...

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Drupalcon New Orleans: 21 Key Takeaways

Chris, Mike, Ron, Shane and I spent last week at Drupalcon in New Orleans.   We learned a lot and enjoyed a little too much of News Orleans’ food and nightlife.  Following is a list of our key takeaways from the trip.

(1) I attended my first Drupalcon Business Summit on the Monday before the conference.  ...

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Ring ring! Facebook is calling… you to action: 5 great posts by nonprofits

Donate. Volunteer. Sign up. Get involved. Sign our petition.

It doesn’t matter what specific cause your nonprofit supports; you have bottom line objectives you are working to achieve. Whether you are fundraising or promoting a petition, social media is a useful tool to reach your audience....

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Six non-profit websites with effective calls to donate

On Giving Tuesday a few months back I got seventeen emails from eleven different organizations asking me to donate to their cause online.  These are great organizations I believe in and have relationships with.  I would have liked to give to each and every one.  But, like most Americans not named Mark Zuckerberg,...

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The Good and the Ugly: A Tale of 15 Presidential Campaign Websites

How do the candidates stack up?

Your website is your digital doppelganger. Making a good first impression can determine success or failure.

When it comes to running for president in the digital era, a well designed website may be the most important tool in the proverbial toolbox.  ...

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