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At Agentic, we believe in being the agents of change, whether that be social, technological or personal. We blog about what we do! See what we’ve been creating, improving and participating in.

  • Organizing and creating content for Drupal with GatherContent

    When you’re working on a web project, one of the most important pieces to the puzzle is the content that’s going to be published. After all, we build websites and applications to get other people to... Read more

  • Spring is coming

    Spring is coming. Feels that way with the flowers in Vancouver just starting to appear. What a busy winter it's been. We moved in December to a new space in the historic Dominion Building in downtown... Read more

  • We're Hiring! Technology Lead

      An exciting new opportunity for Agentic is now  up! I'mlooking for a Technology Lead to work with us here in Vancouver. The Technology Lead position is a key position that develops clientand... Read more

  • Why our methodology is like brain surgery

    Imagine that you have the need for a brain surgeon. Horrible I know, but imagine you do for the moment.  Then imagine that before your surgery, you said, “Listen, I know my brain pretty well, and I’... Read more

  • 10 Search Engine Optimization Tips for Non-Profits

    Despite the explosion in social media and other online distractions and communication tools, search remains one of the most common online activities, cutting across all demographics. Young, old, rich... Read more

  • Digital Media Examples

    Here is our 2012 reel that shows some of our digital media examples.Agentic Show Reel 2012 from Agentic Digital Media on Vimeo.

  • How to determine your web budget

    Sometimes we will receive website requests for proposals from organizations that do not post their budget. This is a problem for us because it makes it very difficult to respond appropriately to the... Read more

  • Tools of Change

    The theme of this year’s Web of Change was “Winning!” and one of the sessions I found most interesting had to do with the tools organizations use to support, promote and manage their work. While... Read more

  • WYSIWYG: how to Get what you want

    WYSIWYG editors, those buttons on a web form that look like a word processor's interface, are very popular with people editing content on the web, and for very good reasons. For one thing, they allow... Read more

  • Content Strategy and Design Process - interview with Karen McGrane

    A topic of discussion in the studio today was an interesting interview with Karen McGrane, the former VP and National Lead for User Experience at Razorfish. The podcast transcript is available at www... Read more

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