Lede to Help Journalists Build Sustainable Niche and Local News Organizations That Are Indispensable to Their Communities
Journalist, entrepreneur, and leading thinker on the future of journalism, Burt Herman, driving the vision for new company.
Alley is pleased to announce the promotion of Christa Field and Kevin Fodness to the partnership. Christa is now Alley’s Chief Design Officer, and Kevin is Alley’s Vice President of Software Development.
Since the news cycle never stops, we needed a migration sync tool that would lead to no downtime for The Post staff and visitors.
We’re thrilled to announce our selection as one of the 2021 Quartz Best Companies for Remote Workers. Having been remote since the beginning, we have intentionally and diligently worked for all 11 years of our existence to make Alley an incredible place to work, regardless of our team member’s physical location, and we’re honored to have that work recognized with this award.
For years, Alley has conducted one-on-one, moderated usability tests of our websites— but always with adults. Recently, we conducted a series of testing sessions with children, ages 7-12. To get the best possible answers and responses, we approached our work differently and more creatively. Here, we’ll share tips should you have a project with kids.
Employees want to know how they’re doing and what it will take to progress. Read more about performance feedback ecosystems that work.
In the eleven years since we founded Alley Interactive, it has grown from a niche technology consultancy into the go-to strategic digital partner and tool creator for some of the largest and most influential media companies, think tanks, foundations, universities, government agencies, and enterprises. Our incredible team has executed complex and high-profile site launches for
We’ve decided to pledge our support to Open to All, a national nonprofit campaign based around the idea that everyone should be welcome regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, immigration status, religion, or disability.
Accessibility is a topic close to our hearts here at Alley as a matter not of technical compliance but of inclusive product design. Inclusive design holds that “disability” is as much a function of the product as it is the user, and that in fact, there is no typical user. America’s legal system, unfortunately, lags