The National Constitution Center
Sitting in view of historic Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center is the premier place in the world to discuss and learn about the United States Constitution. In 2010, The Center wanted to better tap into online conversation about the Constitution. With help from our friends at the award-winning design firm Happy Cog, we created a blog platform and editorial strategy that placed The National Constitution Center where it belongs: at the forefront of smart conversation about the United States Constitution. Read the case study here. Technically Media has been an active consultant in integrating the Center’s editorial and blog strategy into a complete organizational website redesign.
PlanPhilly is a built-environment news site that sought Technically Media out for a strategy to grow revenue, engagement and impact in its community. Over six months, Technically Media completed a comprehensive analysis to inform and begin implementing a new vision for PlanPhilly. We imagined a news organization that leverages its expertise and its existing connections with a growing readership of industry professionals to create a premium repository for services, content and programming that can help those professionals work more effectively and efficiently. Read the case study here.
Campus Philly is a regional nonprofit focused on attracting, engaging and retaining college students. The organization sought strategy for refreshing its website, integrating its career site and, most prominently, initiating an editorial and social media strategy. Read the case study here.
Friends of Race Street Pier
The Friends of the Race Street Pier, which helps the new Philadelphia public park plan events and form long-term planning strategies came to us with an interesting dilemma. Nestled between two neighborhood civic associations, and cut off from them geographically by the I-95 highway, leadership wondered who could be charged with â€œowningâ€ the park. The Friends knew that there was a tremendous opportunity to engage young, civic-minded Philadelphians that didnâ€™t necessarily live in the neighborhood, but would frequent the buzz-driving new public space. Read the case study here.
LEADERSHIP Philadelphia is an established and well-respected professional development nonprofit that sought a top-level needs assessment and asset analysis of its use of technology and web publishing. Read the case study here.
Philly Sports Daily
Philly Sports Daily was an online news publication dedicated to keeping Philadelphians (who are infamously obsessed with sports) up-to-date with the nitty-gritty about their favorite sports teams by regularly breaking news faster than even the big guys. The company turned to Technically Media when it needed a flexible, clean template to quickly launch the site. Read the case study here.
Back on My Feet
Back on My Feet is a homeless services nonprofit that uses running to build community through local chapters across the country. In previous work, our staff was involved in the founding and integration of an editorial strategy to celebrate and share the organization, its members and its work. Read more about the work here.