Years ago, I didn't understand what designing websites for accessibility really meant. I thought that accessibility guidelines would only benefit a few users, that they would introduce unsatisfying design limitations, and that following them would take more time and money.
Alley has a new look for 2018 and beyond! We’ve updated our branding and our site to make it even clearer who we are, what we do, and how we do it. When our design and development teams tackled this work, it was with the same passion and vigor we bring to client projects, so
We are pleased to announce that our redesign and development of the Brookings Institution site has been honored with a Gold MarCom Award in the category of non-profit websites.
Late last year, Alley Interactive played a significant lead role in the development effort around the migration and re-launch of People.com. We’re excited to announce the launch of another project for this well-known media property: People’s flash briefing skill (voice application) for Amazon’s Alexa.
We are excited to announce Margaret Schneider’s promotion to Director of Editorial Projects. This role will take advantage of Margaret’s years of experience in journalism and technology, as well as her abiding passion for the media.
We are proud to announce that Jake Foster has been promoted to Senior Digital Strategist. He will continue to handle client projects as a Directly Responsible Individual (DRI) and Principal Developer, as well as take on additional duties that will evolve with this new role.