I’m proud to announce that 10up will be a 2013 Bronze Sponsor of The HighEdWeb New England conference. We’ll be sponsoring the post-conference reception, which will take place on March 18 at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Conferences like HigherEdWeb New England inspire schools to implement smarter, more engaging websites that better tout the outstanding education New England schools deliver, attract superior applicants in the age of social media and smartphones, and increase administrative efficiency. The values of openness, community, and meritocracy espoused by open source projects like WordPress are shared by higher education and shared by 10up. As a graduate of a New England university, the University of Rhode Island, I’m especially proud that our team is supporting a conference that shares our values and pushes large institutions like universities to embrace the benefits of changing technology.
You can catch Jess, our Director of Web Strategy, and Craig, a Senior Web Strategist, at the conference. Craig in particular is no stranger to higher ed websites, having led projects for the University of Vermont and The New England Culinary Institute.
10up has extensive experience designing, developing, and maintaining cost efficient, scalable, publisher-friendly WordPress implementations for institutions like the University of Rhode Island, Case Western, and Bates College. The redesigned Bates College website, engineered by 10up in collaboration with the Bates team and the brilliant creatives at Tellart, was recognized as the “Best Overall Website” in the 2012 eduStyle Awards.