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March 2, 2017

What We’re Reading: Nudge

The SiteInSight team has been reading the book “Nudge” together. Nudge, by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, focuses on how companies, organizations and government often unwittingly choose a “default setting” for everything from voting ballots to enrollment in retirement savings plans at private companies. (For example, are you automatically in and […]
March 2, 2017

Featured Nonprofit Project: The Song Sparrow

Historically, the Columbus Audubon (a volunteer-run birding nonprofit) and the Grange Insurance Audubon Center (the downtown nature center) have collaborated to publish a paper (and PDF) newsletter called the Song Sparrow. The content was fantastic, but the cost of printing and mailing the newsletter became too much. Fortunately, both organizations […]
February 8, 2017

What is a Blog and Why Do I Need One?

What do you think of when you hear the word blog?  Or blogger?  You might think of a young person writing about a recipe, or tips on organization.  And, that is one segment of the blogging world.  But the truth is that to reach your customers and potential customers on […]
October 18, 2016
Bad Reviews? No Reviews? We Can Help

Bad Reviews? No Reviews? We Can Help

It feels like a nightmare… you search your company online and find a bad review. Your star rating has gone down. You think to yourself, “no problem, I’ll just ask some friends to write good reviews for the company.” Well, they had better be really good friends because it will […]
October 10, 2016
Website Design Screenshot of Fabtique

Featured Business: Fabtique Clothing Boutique in Upper Arlington

SiteInSight was able to provide a great-looking website to match the branding of a trendy new clothing boutique opening in Upper Arlington. Fabtique was still settling on a logo and branding when they met with us, eager to have their website launched before their October store opening. We worked with […]
September 22, 2016
Website Design Screenshot of City of Hilliard

Featured Government Website: City of Hilliard

The City of Hilliard knew it needed a long-term website redesign, which would takes months to complete. Government website projects are seldom quick and simple. But in the short term, the city needed a way to communicate news on its homepage in a more contemporary way. SiteInSight stepped into the […]
April 23, 2016
Website Design After Screenshot of Columbus Children's Choir

Featured Nonprofit: Columbus Children’s Choir

The Columbus Children’s Choir met with SiteInSight to obtain help with a website redesign. The choir need a more modern look to attract the attention of parents. As we sat with them at the first meeting, they mentioned that they had a related problem: When you Googled “Columbus Children’s Choir,” […]
April 23, 2016
Website Design After Screenshot of Advantage Health and Rehabilitation Centers

Featured Medical Practice: Advantage Health and Rehabilitation

Advantage Health and Rehabilitation (AHR) first built their website with SiteInSight in 2011, having no website at all at the time. Five years later, of course, it was time for an upgrade. Design preferences have changed, sites should be mobile-friendly, and many companies redesign their sites every two or three […]
April 23, 2016
Website Design After Screenshot of Sunny Day Academy

Featured Business: Sunny Day Academy

Sunny Day Academy is a child care center that has been thriving and growing. Beginning with one location, this local business has expanded and now has child care centers in Dublin, Gahanna, Hilliard and Powell serving infants, toddlers and preschoolers, as well as providing after-school care and summer programs for […]
April 23, 2016
Website Design After Screenshot of Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia

Featured Nonprofit: Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia

A local group that helps support education for Liberian children had been using the free website builder that came with their web hosting account. This limited them to five pages, and their design was outdated. The director of the program contacted SiteInSight to see if we could help. We rebuilt […]