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Website shown on local news channel


This article is a few months old, but I was doing some googling for one of my UT websites, conezone.utk.edu and I found this article: http://www.wbir.com/news/article/213821/2/UT-Cone-Zone-offers-one-stop-shop-for-construction-info.

It features a video in addition to a text story, and in the video they do B-roll of several pages of my site! It’s so great to see what an impact the things we do every day have on other people.

Our core Cone Zone team brainstormed about what to name this campaign, how to brand it, how to launch it, wayfinding, signage, responsive website design & development, use of QR codes, analytics on the QR codes and website… oh gosh, tons and tons of conceptualization and strategizing. And, of course, execution. Right now we’re doing another big push to get some signage and new features up before the new students arrive on campus.

It’s really flattering and exciting to see the hard work pay off. ๐Ÿ™‚

Forgive me, I love LOST

Please forgive me because I keep posting these links to articles about Lost.

I’ll be honest. I’m a complete, freakly fanatic about Lost. And there are only a two episodes left for me to watch (only one left to air). And I’m so worried that every possible article may spoil things for me, I don’t actually read these Lost articles that I’m linking to. But the reason why I keep posting them, is to keep an archive of Lost articles that I want to read once the series is complete.

So….. check this one out from Wired.com, because I won’t (yet):
Storyboard: Unraveling Lostโ€™s Island Paradox

For obsessed LOST fans

For the obsessed Lost fans, like myself, one can never get enough inside scoop on the crazy occurrences in the plot line of Lost. Wired.com has an inside story with the creators of Lost, http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/04/ff_lost. Unfortunately, I’m a few episodes behind and I’m too paranoid to read the article before getting all the way caught up or through the end of the season. I wouldn’t think the creators would spoil the ending, but they may give away too much. I’m not sure, but my paranoia about spoiling the ending prevents me from enjoying this article, for now.

If you’re caught up on Lost, I would check it out:
http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/04/ff_lost