Well, we’ve been busy. Over the past 2.5 months, we’ve attended, sponsored, or exhibited at seven different events! We’re still recovering from all that travel but we wanted to share with you a bit about each! August 17-19 – WordCamp for Publishers – Denver, CO In August, almost 200 attendees gathered at the Digital First […]
We are excited to announce Margaret Schneider’s promotion to Director of Editorial Projects. This role will take advantage of Margaret’s years of experience in journalism and technology, as well as her abiding passion for the media. In her new role, she will focus on editorial training and research for our clients, as well as some […]
We are proud to announce that Jake Foster has been promoted to Senior Digital Strategist. He will continue to handle client projects as a Directly Responsible Individual (DRI) and Principal Developer, as well as take on additional duties that will evolve with this new role. Digital Strategists exist at Alley to aid clients in their […]
We are proud to announce that Pattie Reaves has been promoted to Senior UX Developer. In her new role, Pattie will be coaching other user-experience developers and leading front-end development for current and future client projects.
Meet Jackson Marketon, Jackson joined Alley in 2014 and now focuses on interactive data initiatives and visual experiences as a Senior Software Developer.
We first launched our in-browser prototyping platform, Huron, eight months ago and it’s become instrumental in streamlining our design and development process. We’re proud to announce our latest version (2.1.1) is now available on npm as an open-source tool.
Alley Interactive partner and chief strategy officer Brad Campeau-Laurion recently spoke at LoopConf about Alley’s internal code review process. Brad explained how Alley’s company-wide code review mandate helps boost collaboration within the development team while also ensuring high standards and quality control for all projects.
2016 was an exciting and productive year for Alley Interactive. Here’s a look back at some of the milestones we passed in the past 12 months.
Consider a hammer. You don’t have to think about where to hold it, or which part is supposed to strike the nail. It’s not a perfect device — you might still whack your thumb — but it’s pretty intuitive.
Earlier this year, Time Inc. started the process to migrate People.com from three separate content management systems into one consolidated site, hosted by WordPress.com VIP. A team at Alley lead by Partner and Chief Strategy Officer Brad Campeau-Laurion and Director of WordPress Platform Services Tom Harrigan has directed that effort since March.