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Is your mobile menu harder to access than you think?

We’ve all been on websites where the menu is on top. Heck, the site you’re on right now has the menu at the top (at least at the time of writing this article)! But there’s a good chance we might start seeing menus leave the comforts of the top and bear more weight on their […]

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More than websites

At wisnet.com, we approach every single project as a small piece to a larger puzzle. It’s not just a website, it’s an extension (and often first impression) of your brand. It’s not just an application, it’s removing hurdles for your customers to continue to work with you. It’s not just digital signage, it’s communicating to […]

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The Garten Factory

The Garten Factory in the heart of downtown Fond du Lac is the vision of mixing a German factory with gardening. Now that’s cross-pollination. Starting from scratch, Garten Factory wanted to bring an urban renewal concept to downtown Fond du Lac. The juxtaposition of old brick and fresh greenery is a sight to behold. And […]

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Friday Roundup – June 16, 2017

TGIF clients, fellow geeks, creatives & friends! Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, creative, and mostly beneficial learnings from June 16, 2017: In the 60’s a computer “mouse” was called a “X-Y position indicator for a display system.” Raspberry Pi experimentation for our Markey Digital Signage product means remote sign ins are possible as […]

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Area Student Case Study

At wisnet, we’re typically pretty modest. We don’t like to toot our own horns all that much (except maybe on Taco Tuesday). It’s most likely attributed to our mid-western modesty… And the fact that 90% of us are total introverts. So when an area student reached out to share a case study they wrote about […]

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Friday Roundup – June 9, 2017

Another week comes to an end and we get to share our bite-sized nuggets of what we’ve learned this week for all to benefit from. Some are pretty geeky, some are creative and some are just plain goof-tastic. But they’re all distinctly us 🙂 Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, creative, and mostly beneficial […]

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Friday Roundup – June 2, 2017

At wisnet, we strive to support a culture of growth and experimentation – be it personal or professional. To encourage and share our growth mindsets, we kickoff our Friday’s by sharing bite-sized nuggets of what we’ve learned that week for all to benefit from – even you! Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, […]

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Canva: The Online Design Tool for the Non-Designer

You have an idea for a simple project that needs to get done on a low budget. Purchasing the Adobe Suite is out of the question and the learning curve for the cheaper options is a steep one. Frustrating. Why isn’t designing the easy stuff, well . . . easy? Canva is here to help […]

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wisnet named a Bicycle Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists

The Geeks & Creatives of wisnet proud to keep biking visible in Fond du Lac. The League of American Bicyclists recognized wisnet.com, LLC as a Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) award, joining more than 1,300 visionary businesses from across the country. With the announcement of 59 new and renewing BFBs today, wisnet joins a cutting-edge group […]

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How to update your WordPress site

So you’ve got a sweet WordPress site, do ya? Congratulations! Now that you’re all setup in your fancy website, you should make sure it’s always up to date. We know this can sound a little daunting, but it’s actually quite simple once you know where to look, and it’s one of the most important steps […]

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Gueller’s Photography

Gueller’s Photography came to wisnet in search of a fresh look to reflect their unique cutting edge/contemporary portrait style and personality, as well as a mobile-friendly, responsive website. The new website design features a large video on the homepage to capture the approach and style of the Gueller’s team. Grid-style galleries, a crisp palette and clean […]

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Michael Dahlke

Michael’s skills as a member of team wisnet have served our clients and partners with amazing sites. Hailing from the legendary Lake Mills, WI area, Michael graduated with an Associates Degree as a Web Software Developer from Madison College (formerly Madison Area Technical College) in December of 2014 and has been building websites ever since. Prior […]

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Date Safe

The completely revamped and expansive website for DATE SAFE Project helps this passionate organization take on the issues of consent/asking first, bystander intervention, sexual assault, supporting survivors and much more in an organized, dynamic and energizing way. Continuing the conversations initiated by Mike Domitrz – founder of DATE SAFE, speaking professional, expert, and award-winning author […]

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wisnet.com wins Silver ADDY Award for Logo Design

wisnet.com is excited to announce winning a 2015 Addy for Logo Design. An Addy is a prestigious award given to someone in the American Ad Federation Fox River Ad Club. To check out the finalized logo, visit our work.

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Jenny Knuth

Jenny is a country girl at heart, green thumb in-the-making, art nerd, dog-lover, world traveler, zombie fan, roller coaster junkie – and of course, a passionate designer. With an Associate’s degree in Graphic Design, Jenny has been creating logos, various marketing print collateral, websites, and more for the last 11 years in a mix of […]

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Nick Berens

Nick really doesn’t like talking about himself in the third person, but he will make an exception in this case. Nick grew up in beautiful Fort Collins Colorado. He spent his time skateboarding, snowboarding, drawing, writing on walls and generally driving his parents a little crazy. Having received a copy of Photoshop 5.5 from a friend, […]

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Julie Wild

Julie has been in the design industry for over 25 years. Beginning her career as a print designer, Julie has experience in ad design, packaging, brochures, catalogs and most other types of promotional material. She moved into digital 17 years ago and creates stunning designs for websites, e-newsletter campaigns, social networking, and digital billboards. Julie lives […]

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Ashley Puetz

Ashley grew up just outside of Fond du Lac, and graduated from Marian University with a Bachelor degree in Graphic Arts. Since graduation she’s had experience in a variety of creative fields including print collateral, photo editing and packaging. As a designer at wisnet, she works on print material as well as websites, digital signage […]

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Corv Qualmann

Random fact about me: I am left handed. Guilty pleasure: Soda and chips (family size is 1 serving right?) First job or most unusual job: Catering Leisure activities: Gaming, roller blading, ice hockey.

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Scott Kirkpatrick

Scott is from Wisconsin. And even though he worked and lived in the Twin Cities for twenty years he never really left the state. He finally came home to the “promise land” along with his wife and two kids. He has a wide range of experience varying from leading ad agency Creative Departments in Minneapolis, […]

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