Learn about Surabhi’s 9-week User Experience Research/Design internship experience during her exit interview. We aimed to craft the highest-quality experience for a new virtual internship program we invented–during the public health crisis. It’s been a learning experience for the whole Key Medium team, and of course, our first-ever full-time intern, Surabhi. Watch the clip and see Surabhi’s Internship User Journey Map–her final project with Key Medium!
A revamped online resource ecosystem launched a year ago has helped 20,000 Philadelphia residents access the information and support they need to turn abandoned vacant lots into community gardens and other open space.
Key Medium Designs 4-Time Award-Winning Personalized Digital Experience for Career-Seekers in Philadelphia
A Streamlined Platform Improves User Experience and Access to Career-Seeker Services and Workforce Solutions
Key Medium Helps Empower Adults with disAbilities in Pennsylvania and Delaware and Wins 2 Gold Awards
Key Medium Helps Empower Adults with disAbilities in Pennsylvania and Delaware and Wins Two Internationally-Acclaimed Gold Awards
Key Medium won the 2019 Gold Award in Mobile Information Experience by the AVA Digital Awards, the 2019 Gold Hermes Creative Award, administered and judged, by the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals, and the 2019 Muse Creative Gold Award for their work on Philadelphia Works website, which connects critical workforce services and solutions to jobseekers and employers in the Philadelphia area.
SEPMA’s website is more of a microsite on the Philadelphia Works website, which we developed earlier in the year. Their old site was unclear and unfocused so we completed a custom website design, focusing on development and site structure as well as on-page SEO. We worked on a content strategy for lead generation and to better connect the manufacturing industry partnership in Southeast PA.
Philadelphia, PA, August 29, 2019: Key Medium Named 2019 Local Excellence Award Winner in Philadelphia by UpCity in the Search Marketplace
At the heart of Philadelphia, a block from City Hall and a brisk 7-minute walk from Suburban Station, Key Medium relocates after a great 1.5 years in the Spring Arts District of Philadelphia–where we got to enjoy The Rail Park. The move to Midtown Village enables us to be more accessible to top talent, clients and enables to continue daring to take on big problems with some of the smartest minds around and equipped with the ideal environment to do so.