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Social Media Case Study: Nike's #RedAllOver Campaign

I'm a bit of a Twitter-holic. The micro-blogging platform appeals to me in a very personal way. Content delivery is quick, and the folks I follow are a good mix of experts in the different arenas I'm interested in. One of those topics? F├╝tbol (I try to use the umlaut wherever possible). I know - this isn't really a place for you to come and get your sports updates, but I think Nike executed a textbook social media campaign that is worth highlighting. Just a warning, I'll get into quite a... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 29, 2011 | 0 comments

Media Archives case study: CUMC Memphis

So this post is coming a little later than intended. What can I say? A couple of weeks ago we told you all about Christ United Methodist Church's newly redesigned website. Today, we'll take a look at a new feature of SiteWrench, our content management system: Media Archives. First of all, we've had a Media Archives system in SiteWrench for several years now, but with even more emphasis being given to media on websites, we completely redeveloped the Media Archives system to accommodate a more... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 15, 2011 | 2 comments

Media Archives case study: CUMC Memphis

So this post is coming a little later than intended. What can I say? A couple of weeks ago we told you all about Christ United Methodist Church's newly redesigned website. Today, we'll take a look at a new feature of SiteWrench, our content management system: Media Archives. First of all, we've had a Media Archives system in SiteWrench for several years now, but with even more emphasis being given to media on websites, we completely redeveloped the Media Archives system to accommodate a more... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 15, 2011 | 0 comments

New website launched: CUMC Memphis

Over the weekend, Christ United Methodist Church launched their newly redesigned website. CUMC has been a client for several years now, and with their latest redesign, we have created a clean, dynamic presence that allows website visitors to quickly get to what they are looking for. The main navigation presents an organized, intuitive structure for moving through the website, while the different feature areas on the home page allow visitors to jump directly into highly trafficked areas of the... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, February 21, 2011 | 0 comments

New website launched: CUMC Memphis

Over the weekend, Christ United Methodist Church launched their newly redesigned website. CUMC has been a client for several years now, and with their latest redesign, we have created a clean, dynamic presence that allows website visitors to quickly get to what they are looking for. The main navigation presents an organized, intuitive structure for moving through the website, while the different feature areas on the home page allow visitors to jump directly into highly trafficked areas of the... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, February 21, 2011 | 0 comments

Merry Christmas from Speak Creative

As things start to wind down for 2010 and move inexorably towards Christmas and New Year's, we find ourselves with the perfect time to reflect on what this year had in store for us and all the things we're thankful for. Of course, there's always the stuff you're thankful for when you're a part of any business: growth, increased revenue and profit, new clients, etc. (trust us, we're thankful for all that!), but when you're a team of 13 people, you can celebrate the personal events as well.... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, December 20, 2010 | 0 comments

Merry Christmas from Speak Creative

As things start to wind down for 2010 and move inexorably towards Christmas and New Year's, we find ourselves with the perfect time to reflect on what this year had in store for us and all the things we're thankful for. Of course, there's always the stuff you're thankful for when you're a part of any business: growth, increased revenue and profit, new clients, etc. (trust us, we're thankful for all that!), but when you're a team of 13 people, you can celebrate the personal events as well.... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, December 20, 2010 | 1 comments

How Google's Instant Preview Affects You

The whole techie blogosphere was abuzz yesterday as Google's Instant Preview technology rolled out for people to begin using. In case you haven't seen it in action, your Google search results now display a magnifying glass next to each result. By clicking on the magnifying glass, you'll be treated to a preview of the page you are about to visit. This is fantastic news for searchers everywhere. You can find out pretty quickly if the page you are about to visit is just someone squatting on a... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Wednesday, November 10, 2010 | 0 comments

How Google's Instant Preview Affects You

The whole techie blogosphere was abuzz yesterday as Google's Instant Preview technology rolled out for people to begin using. In case you haven't seen it in action, your Google search results now display a magnifying glass next to each result. By clicking on the magnifying glass, you'll be treated to a preview of the page you are about to visit. This is fantastic news for searchers everywhere. You can find out pretty quickly if the page you are about to visit is just someone squatting on a... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Wednesday, November 10, 2010 | 0 comments

New website launched: Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy first approached Speak about designing its website in 2006. Out of those conversations, the original Westminster Academy website was born. We're sure you've noticed, but quite a few things related to web have changed since then. Thus, Speak began work on the new Westminster Academy website earlier this year. The new website continues to highlight and promote a very Classical feel but in a more updated, engaging execution. The website is designed to read easily (the... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, November 8, 2010 | 0 comments