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Sturges Word Communications Adds Two to Staff

Kansas City, Mo. November 1, 2013 – Sturges Word Communications added two new members to its staff. Katie Garcia joins as account executive and Michelle Cheesman as senior account manager. Garcia previously worked in social media and public relations for Silpada Designs and Beauty Brands and brings a breadth of knowledge around new media and content marketing to the team. Cheesman has 20 years of experience in communications, advertising and marketing, spending the past 11 years at a communications firm and 10 years prior to that at companies such as Nextel Communications, Sybase and UMB Financial Corporation.
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Sturges Word Communications Wins Seven PRISMs at 2013 PRSA Awards Show

Kansas City, Mo. October 14, 2013 – Sturges Word Communications won four Gold PRISM Awards and three Silver PRISM Awards for various client campaigns at the latest PRISM Awards Gala hosted by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The 2013 PRISM Awards Gala was held at Club 1000 in downtown Kansas City on October 11. More…

OUR PERSPECTIVE

19 Word Years at SW

52,250 hours. 988 weeks. 533 designs. 280 students. 190 clients. 153 awards. 133 business books. 76 jazz albums.

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Mobile website or responsive design?

You know your company website doesn’t look good on your smartphone: that annoying pinching-to-zoom, long wait times and frustrating navigation. Your marketing department says, “we need a new website,” and you know your web visitors are way down and you’re losing potential customers. Where do you start in the ever-changing world of web development and mobile optimization?

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Redesigning the Informational Website – 3 Crucial Takeaways

When redesigning a website, it is imperative to present easy-to-read content in a way that also increases usability. Interactive components allow users to have a customized experience. When the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) enlisted our services to improve the Johnson County Gateway Interchange Project website, it was clear that their site needed just that. We provided strategic direction and employed current technology such as digital media, responsive design and social media, which in turn improved the originally hard-to-digest technical content and helped provide an overall better user experience.

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