The third grant cycle of the TrestleMedia Community Grant Initiative is now open for applications.
TrestleMedia is thrilled to announce our newest community grant recipient, Cascade AIDS Project’s newest initiative, Prism Health. Prism is an LGBTQ+ focused health care center opening in southeast Portland in the spring of 2017.
TrestleMedia is proud to announce the launch of our first Community Grant Initiative website for SAFE of Columbia County.
The Delight Conference in Portland was two full days of presentations and field trips about digital customer experience. Topics ranged from creativity and team communication to the internet of things.
At TrestleMedia our team is built of extraordinary people who do so much more than just web development. Currently our Community Manager, Laela Wilding, is in Africa as part of her efforts in HIV and AIDS activism.
Let’s be honest, we often think of accessibility as extra work we have to do for a small minority of the population who probably won’t be using our site anyway. We do it because someone required us to, and it seems like an arbitrary list of requirements to check off.
Last week Team Trestle flew down to New Orleans for DrupalCon 2016, an annual gathering of designers, developers, strategists, project managers and other folks with a deep love of Drupal’s open source content management system.
The first grant cycle of the TrestleMedia Community Grant Initiative is now open for applications.
At TrestleMedia we are usually not much for New Year's Resolutions. We hope that throughout the year we are striving to do our best work and pushing ourselves to evolve and innovate with changes within the Web design and development industry.
TrestleMedia is thrilled to have been involved in the redesign and development of a website for the Portland Children's Levy, a $12 million annual fund to help provide early childhood, after-school and violence prevention program
Most people have a pretty accurate concept of what we mean when we say “programming” or “graphic design”. But terms like “UX” and “IA” may seem a bit hard to put your finger on, even when we use the full terms “User experience” and “Information architecture”.