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Innovation is Thinking

At DATA, we think. Our planning, our design, and our programming teams think first about how the user will use the website or mobile app or training program. We innovate looking for better ways to communicate the message. Sometimes that means using a blend of old and new as the best solution for better communication.

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Kentico Gold Partner

DATA is a Kentico Gold Partner; we employ a full-time team of experienced, in-house ASP.NET developers who are also Kentico Certified Developers. In our early support and ongoing use of Kentico, our developers, designers, and project managers have played an active role in helping to drive new product features as well as extending the API for innovative customizations.

Recent Notes

See you in Boston!

We’re looking forward to seeing you on Monday and Tuesday in Boston!

It’s been a great 10th Anniversary year; we can’t wait to see what the community brings to the table during this Boston Connection.

DATA's Snowballs Game

The Snowballs Game got the whole team involved: architecture, graphics, audio, animation, and programming! Having willing subjects, we photographed,  illustrated, recorded, and animated everyone at DATA. We wanted the game to be easy to manage so built the game in an mvc style using RequireJS for compilation and minification. HandlebarsJS was used for view templating. EaselJS was used for canvas management, sound, and sprite sheet animations.

HTML5/WAI-ARIA compliant navigation

This issue probably requires much more investigation and we'll get to that in the future but busy bees we are so here is a quick post on updating the markup in your navigation menus. The CSS List menu web part does many things for our Kentico sites but the markup is inaccessible without changing source files and recompiling. While a daunting task for sure, it’s one we'd err in not attempting.