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Marcom Talk Episode 4: Website Design and Development Process, Part 3

Marcom Talk logoIn today's Marcom Talk installment, we conclude our overview of the process utilized when creating websites for our clients. Our process is based on the five planes of user experience, as introduced by Jesse James Garrett, author of "The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond" (click for book listing on Amazon.com). This is the third and final part of our three-part episode, in which we review the final phase of our web development process. In this part we also discuss what happens when we deliver the final website to the client. In parts one and two we provided some background and discussed the first four phases. We hope you found this episode informative and that you've come away with useful ideas for your next website project.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Marcom Talk Episode 4: Website Design and Development Process, Part 2

Marcom Talk logoIn today's installment of Marcom Talk, we continue our overview of the process utilized when creating websites for our clients. Our process is based on the five planes of user experience, as introduced by Jesse James Garrett, author of "The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond" (click for book listing on Amazon.com). This is part two of a three-part episode, in which we review the third and fourth phases of our web design and development process. In part one we provided some background and discussed the first two phases. Stay tuned next week for our third and final part.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Marcom Talk Episode 4: Website Design and Development Process, Part 1

Marcom Talk logoFor today's episode of Marcom Talk, the Bob Wright Creative web design and programming team provides an overview of the process we utilize when creating websites for our clients. Our process is based on the five planes of user experience, as introduced by Jesse James Garrett, author of "The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond" (click for book listing on Amazon.com). This is part one of a three-part episode. In part one we provide some background and discuss the first two stages of our process. Stay tuned for future parts.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Marcom Talk Episode 3: Planning for a Video Project

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Marcom Talk logoFor today's episode of Marcom Talk, Mike Gastin and Mike Nelson outline the steps of a video project. With video becoming a bigger part of content strategy, we hope you find this talk helpful in planning your next video project.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Marcom Talk Episode 2: The Importance of a Marketing Plan

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Marcom Talk logoFor today's episode of Marcom Talk, Mike Gastin and Mike Nelson highlight the importance of having a marketing plan. Don't have a marketing plan, or perhaps you have one that's in need of updating? Don't worry, because it's never too late to get started.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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Marcom Talk Episode 1: Our Guiding Principle

Marcom Talk logoFor our first episode of Marcom Talk, Mike Gastin and Mike Nelson get at the "why" behind what we do for our clients.

There are plenty of ways to listen to Marcom Talk; you can subscribe to the podcast through the Apple iTunes Store and listen on your desktop or mobile device; you can download the MP3s directly from our blog; for the RSS-inclined, you can subscribe to our podcast feed.

What’s been on your marketing mind lately? What burning questions from your corner of the marcom universe are in need of answers? Let us know! We’d love to help by offering some of our thoughts in future episodes of Marcom Talk. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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A new Bob Wright podcast series is in the queue

audio mic yetiOn Tuesday this week, Mike Nelson and I recorded what will end-up being the first in a series of Bob Wright Creative podcasts. I'm really excited about this and wanted to give our blog readers a heads-up.

Our goal for the series is help our audience with marketing and communication design problems by sharing our experiences.

This was the first time I'd personally taken part in making a recording like this and it was a lot of fun—so much fun that we'll be doing it on a regular basis. Usually I'm helping a client develop this kind of content so it was a special treat to be behind the mic. Mike is an audio pro and made it easy.

So, keep an eye out for the launch. (We still have to edit, etc.) Of course, we'll shout it from the rooftops when episode one goes live.

If you have topic ideas or questions you'd like us to tackle, feel free to leave them in the comments.