We are pleased to announce that our work for The Denver Post has been honored with not one but two Silver W3 Awards — one for overall structure and navigation (across all verticals), and one for newspaper websites. You can read more about the project itself here and see the full list of award winners on the […]
We are pleased to announce that our redesign and development of the Brookings Institution site has been honored with a Gold MarCom Award in the category of non-profit websites. You can read more about the project itself here. More information about the awards themselves follow, taken from the announcement press release. “MarCom Awards recognizes outstanding achievement […]
Meet Matt Viggiano! Matt joined Alley in 2017 and loves to figure out what makes things tick and how to make them work better. He also loves to work with new technologies and find new ways of visualizing data.
Meet Davis Shaver! Davis joined Alley in 2016 and now focuses on analytics, optimization, and newsroom experience as a Senior Software Developer.
Jeff Stanger, a digital executive with an extensive background in government, advocacy, and research nonprofit work, has joined Alley Interactive as a partner, bringing years of experience in strategic communications to Alley and to our clients.
The team at Alley Interactive is proud to announce that Tom Harrigan has been promoted to Partner and Vice President of Strategic Technology.
Meet Kevin Fodness. Kevin joined Alley as a principal software developer in May, 2016, and is now an indispensable contributor on projects such as People.com and the WordPress Apple News plugin.
Here at Alley we’ve recently completed a six-month project to migrate from Redmine to JIRA for issue tracking and project management. Migrating hundreds of users, tens of thousands of issues, and hundreds of thousands of comments is a daunting task, but we managed it without disrupting our projects, clients, or day-to-day work.
Alley Interactive is named after our headquarters in New York City’s Silicon Alley, an area near the Flatiron building where numerous Internet startups had their offices during the first tech boom. But, in practice, our company is based wherever our laptops can connect.
Recently it was our great privilege to unveil the new WordPress-based website for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and museum. It was a long and highly educational road to launch, and I want to provide a bit of a window into what happened behind the scenes.