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.
After conversations with Hacks/Hackers founder (and Alley friend) Burt Herman, we jumped at the opportunity to redesign hackshackers.com and overhaul their global branding.
People is one of the best-known media properties in the world and People.com is the go-to destination for millions of readers interested in lifestyle content, human interest stories and celebrity news.
In early September, Alley launched three sites for Digital First Media properties in Northern California, known collectively as the Bay Area News Group. The redesigned MercuryNews.com represents the long-standing paper of record covering the San Jose and South Bay area, while EastBayTimes.com and SiliconValley.com focus on the East Bay and the tech industry, respectively.
The Center for Children and Families (CCF) at Georgetown University’s Health Policy Institute wants to help bring “high-quality, affordable health coverage” to every child and family in the country.
Earlier this year, Time Inc. started the process to migrate People.com from three separate content management systems into one consolidated site, hosted by WordPress.com VIP. A team at Alley lead by Partner and Chief Strategy Officer Brad Campeau-Laurion and Director of WordPress Platform Services Tom Harrigan has directed that effort since March.
Understanding healthcare services and costs is often a jumbled and confusing endeavor. Alley Interactive’s Data Science team worked with the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute to develop ICE-T (Inpatient Cost Evaluation Tool) to help simplify the process.
Recently it was our great privilege to unveil the new WordPress-based website for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and museum. It was a long and highly educational road to launch, and I want to provide a bit of a window into what happened behind the scenes.