Insite Leadership Transitions with the Coming Year

Contribution By: Insite Interactive  |   Nov 11, 2016  |  
As Insite prepares to enter its 20th year, we are proud to announce the appointment of Bren Montgomery to the role of President effective January 1, 2017. Montgomery has been with Insite Interactive since 1999, and serving as Operations Director since 2012. Talking about this important transition, Adrienne Palmer, Founder and current President of Insite…

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A Day In the Life: Ongoing Services Department

Contribution By: Marissa Wencl  |   Nov 9, 2016  |   ,
Coffee. Every morning starts with the pleasing aroma of that wonderfully flavorful, energy-giving nectar. Reports are printed. Emails are checked. Priorities are made. We have “The Plan.” Sipping our first cup, we’re now ready to brave the day. Even though we’ve just created “The Plan” for the day, unexpected requests appear in queue and we…

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Lessons from Lusaka

Contribution By: Cam Beck  |   Sep 27, 2016  |  
Lessons from Lusaka: The Role of Field Studies in Connecting with the Human Experience It takes greatly diverse skill sets to build remarkable modern software. Because software is inherently technical, it is tempting to weight the technical sciences as more important than other ones that are more subjective; however, it would be a great mistake…

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Out of the Office

Contribution By: Megan Smith  |   Aug 25, 2016  |   ,
Out of the Office Fresh Air. We all need it. Taking a break from our high-tech multitasking lives gives us a chance to restore focus, increase problem solving and alleviate stress. Knowing when its time to disconnect can bring a fresher perspective and energy when it’s time to reconnect. When adventure calls, here are some of the…

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The Importance of Customer Service

Contribution By: Cali Thompson  |   Aug 17, 2016  |  
The Importance of Customer Service I was inspired to write this blog post because I flew on Delta on August 9th, or at least I was supposed to fly on Delta on August 9th. The Delta systems had gone down on August 8th and instead of flying home, I spent the night on the terminal…

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What We’re Reading

Contribution By: Megan Smith  |   Jul 29, 2016  |   ,
What We’re Reading Our team is an eclectic group of dreamers, doers, leaders, and just plain likable people! Unsurprisingly, our interests are diverse. Here’s what a few of us are reading to learn new skills, grow as people, or just for fun.   Chapters by Candace Carpenter “It’s about transitions when new opportunities take life…

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3 Basics to Providing Better Feedback

Contribution By: Patrick Hassell  |   Jul 20, 2016  |  
3 Basics to Providing Better Feedback Throughout the course of your project, there will be multiple opportunities to share your invaluable feedback and thoughts. When starting your project review, there are three basic guidelines to keep top of mind: 1. Not all feedback is created equal. Pick the right team. Think of your target audiences…

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Just My Type: How Fonts Impact Design

Contribution By: Megan Smith  |   Jun 29, 2016  |   ,
Just My Type: Using Web Fonts to Improve Your Design Type plays an important role, regardless of the medium, and can make or break any design. The exceptional use of typography can make a good design into an excellent design. Is your font choice visually appealing, working with the rest of the design elements, or does it…

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