Reify Media, LLC is a group focused on helping clients to take the abstract and make it real (or, to reify). We operate on the belief that we can help people. Most of our projects focus on web-based content, like websites and graphics, but we actively pursue all aspects of communication. Whether you need help just getting on the web, or you’re ready to find your voice as a company, we want to be there to support you in your process.
Reify Media was founded by Sarah Glova, Chief Operations Officer. The team is managed by Jen Riehle, Chief Communications Officer and Project Director. Video and training projects are led with the help of Sarah Egan Warren, Education & Training Director. Together, these friends offer 15+ years of web development experience, master’s level education in the field of technical communication, and 25+ in education and training. They share a serious passion for helping clients to get what they need.
|Web Design & Development||Design with WordPress for sites with simple interactions and powerful functionality|
|Logo Design & Print Design||Dynamic and iconic designs to represent you and your organization; brochures, table displays, business cards, posters and much more|
|Videography||Professionally-created videos to inform and educate your users|
|Photography||Custom photography that will improve the look and professionalism of your organization|
|Website Management Courses||Learn how to build and manage your own website! Our courses will prepare you for everything from domain management to web security and covers branding, usability, writing for the web, and many other fundamentals|
|Communications Consulting||Insight to improve your communication and branding strategies|
|Social Media Consulting||Let us help you navigate the world of social media to develop the best possible communications plan for your organization|
|Usability Testing||Assessment and reporting on your site’s usability and/or accessibility|
I wanted to contribute to the conference sessions and recently I’ve been trying to learn about and play with infographics so I decided to kill two birds with one stone.
In case you’re not aware, WordCamp is the conference for WordPress which, at $40 a ticket, is a great deal.