The Center for Working-Class Studies (CWCS) at Youngstown State University (YSU) was the first academic program in the U.S. to focus on issues of work and class. Presenting a broad array of portraits and profiles of America’s working class, the site focuses on resources for students, teachers and journalists. Working-class communities can also benefit from the rich galleries and research available on the site.
The new site, launched in January 2009, focuses on Search Engine Optimization (SEO), increasing awareness of programs and events featured by the center, and integration of original feature content within the site design. http://cwcs.ysu.edu is powered by a customized Drupal Content Management System (CMS) installation.
Have you ever been driving and listening to the radio and thought to yourself, “I know this song. Who sings it?” But you had to run into your dentist appointment before you could hear the details. On the new website for Akron’s The Summit, a listener-supported, commercial-free station with great music, you can view a
The new, Drupal-powered Business Journal site serves thousands of readers daily, offering several ways to view the area’s business news, featuring specialized landing pages of news devoted to specific categories and graphics-rich lists of late-breaking and feature stories. The layout is focused around the Journal’s video-based news delivery, and the site delivers clean results for
The Mahoning County Convention and Visitors Bureau created the YoungstownLive.com brand to attract overnight visitors to the county by marketing packages of area attractions and events. The new site, launched in 2011, features a robust, searchable directory of area attractions, activities, shopping, lodging and dining. Each resource can include a gallery of photos and in-depth
One Voice: Eastern Ohio P-16 Partnership for Education came to us with a lackluster site and the need for a more compelling and dynamic site. We designed and implemented the new look, and created dynamic lists for calendar events, news releases and blog posts.
Local Panera cafes now have personalized pages for each individual market, greater awareness of promotions for customers and over 10,000 email signups to send offers to. We collaborated with Covelli’s in-house marketing team to craft the solution.