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About Matt HarwickMatt Harwick is the VP of Professional Services at KDG. Matt shares his passion for user experience with clients in manufacturing, consulting, healthcare, e-commerce, education, and more. Matt leads his team to find ways to build out seamless systems that help these businesses build on their strength.
If there’s anything twenty years of user experience expertise have taught us, it’s that habits stick. So how can you transform your online user experience to adapt to the changes COVID-19 has made necessary?
With technology ever-changing and a new generation—Generation Z—starting their college careers, Mount Aloysius College knew that a fresh, accessible, and optimized website was the key to campus engagement. They turned to KDG, their partners for over a decade, for help.
Without measurement, how will you know your UX project has been a success?
Faced with an old website that was outdated and heavy in textual content, Yaffe asked the Lehigh Valley web design team at KDG to build a new site that was visually engaging, SEO friendly, and up to date.
After a successful inaugural crowdfunding campaign in 2017, Fenwick High School was ready to launch its second-annual day of giving event. With a goal of 1,000 donors, Fenwick was hoping to get more students, alumni, and parents involved than ever before.
Drexel University has set the standard for engaging, record-breaking giving campaigns. When a school looks to see how to plan, promote, and host a crowdfunding campaign, they turn to Drexel to see how it’s done. Drexel wanted to make sure it didn’t lose the momentum it gained from past years
After the incredible success of its 24 Hours of Impact campaign in 2016, Drexel University sought to repeat its record-breaking achievement. To expand engagement, Drexel needed to make its 2017 campaign even more interactive both online and off.
Prospective students want a college website where they can gather information in as short a time as possible.
In 2016, the leadup to the 125th year since its founding, Drexel University turned to crowdfunding as a way to re-engage and energize students, parents, friends, faculty, staff—and especially alumni.