Where we discuss our work, thoughts, and process

| Clay Schossow

Our 2016 Campaign Websites

As many of you know, and as our name indicates, NMC has a long history of designing political campaign and advocacy websites.  This election season was no different, working with local, congressional, and statewide campaigns.  We worked with dozens of campaigns around the country&n… Read the Post

Team Building Through Screenprinting

Aside from meetings and and the occasional sketch on a whiteboard, it's pretty rare that our team works on something off-screen. So when Lenny Terenzi, one of our designers and owner of Hey Monkey Design, offered for us to do a screenprinting workshop at his studio, we couldn’t say no.… Read the Post

| Lisa Smith | 1 Comment

Our Favorite Helpful WordPress Plugins

Here at New Media Campaigns, we build client sites on a variety of Content Management Systems including Drupal, Craft, WordPress, and our very own HiFi. WordPress makes up a fairly large percentage of our work, due in large part to its ease of use for content entry, clients' familiarity with… Read the Post

| Shannon Thomann | 1 Comment

Our Early Review of Adobe Experience Design (XD)

At NMC we’re always on the lookout for new programs and tools to aid our design process. We all made the switch to Sketch a while back and we dabble in new prototyping tools every now and then. When Adobe released a preview download of Experience Design (XD), their new all-in-one UX de… Read the Post

| Niki Litts

Three Cheers for the Best Hopscotch Design Fest Yet!

You know it’s been a killer Hopscotch Design Festival when you pop out of bed at 6 am the next morning to hit the release valve on your brain. I had plans to spend my Saturday morning in pjs, on the couch while I leisurely reviewed my notes over a nice hot cup of coffee… nope! T… Read the Post

| Niki Litts

Gearing up for Hopscotch Design Fest 2016!

When was the last time you visited a website or used an app and felt something stir in your gut? Can you recall attending an art exhibit where a visual artist nailed the story of the wage gap in a single image? Or when you spent hours on a website because it told you the stories of millions… Read the Post

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