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January 15, 2014
Chris Abraham Your website sucks
By Chris Abraham
For the last year, I had been acting Director of Social Media at Unison, probably one of the most fashion-forward, innovative, creative, and tech-savvy web application development companies I have ever worked with. Their sites were responsive before the responsive website was a thing. They produce swipeable, tablet-optimized sites and make sure that brands that retain Unison for design, branding, development, and strategy are universally-accessible. What’s more, they’ve integrated social media, e-commerce, accessibility, usability, and interface into a platform that can convey expertise, tell stories, and engage with both prospects and customers.

Alas, Unison is unique. And their clients are a rare breed who put their money (and their brand) where their mouth is.. And Unison’s sites rock. [...]

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