The good, the bad, the digital
Emerge is excited to be sending Scott Rich, our resident Sustainability Client Services Manager, to San Francisco for GreenBiz Forum 2013, one of the first sustainability conferences of 2013. We believe corporations have the power to make sustainability a truly innovative force - environmentally, socially, and economically, and we excel at helping brands realize and communicate this vision.
The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment is the central hub of Stanford University's environment and sustainability research, where experts across sectors and disciplines find solutions to critical and complex environmental and sustainability challenges throughout the world.
A complete redesign of the Institute's website was a key milestone in the their strategic plan, and for that they turned to Emerge Interactive, in large part because of Emerge's award-winning work with leading educational, non-profit and sustainability organizations.
Web development has come of age. Most of us have swallowed our "I roll my own" pride and adopted many time-saving tools of the trade. One of the most important of those is the CSS framework.
Emerge Interactive had an amazing time participating in September's BTA's Bike Commuter Challenge. Out of our 20 person staff, 7 employees rode to work and logged miles, for a total of 810 miles in the entire month of September!
The debate over when to extend your brand to a native mobile application versus creating a mobile website has been raging on for a while now. While the major arguments on either side haven't changed, there is a new player in town: responsive web.